Most of the sugars found in this fairy cake come from the sugars used to make the sponge base. The rest are in the icing glaze for sweetness and to decorate the cakes.
The added sugars and syrups in the shortcake biscuits and jam provide most of the sugars in these sandwich biscuits, with a small amount coming naturally from the wheat flour and fruit puree and dried skimmed milk used to make the raspberry jam and cream filling.
Most of the sugars in jelly sweets come from syrups and sugars added for sweetness and flavour. A small amount of naturally occurring sugars also come from the fruit juice and plant concentrates ingredients.
The cheese and onion flavouring provides the main source of sugars in a packet of these crisps.
Did you know that 14 per cent of the sugars present in this malt loaf are naturally occurring from the raisins? There is also sugar added from the syrup to provide sweetness.