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Annie's Homegrown Organic Smokey Maple BBQ Sauce

by Annie's


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Rating details

  • Nutritional Value

  • Certifications

  • Nutritional Value3.6
    • Nutrition Score3.6
      • Ratio of Recommended to Restricted Nutrients 3.6
        • Ratio of Recommended to Restricted Nutrients 3.6
  • Certifications10
    • Product Safety10
      • Food10
        • USDA Organic10
        • Genetic Modification Certifications10
          • Non-GMO True Food Network10
          • GE free10

Nutrition facts

Serving size is 2 Tbsp (34g).  Amount per serving is:

  • Calories35
  • Vitamin A4%
  • Vitamin C4%
  • Calcium0%
  • Iron2%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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About the product

Made with pure maple syrup and natural (noncarcinogenic) wood smoke, the sweet smokey flavor of this natural barbecue sauce is perfect for indoor as well as outdoor cooking., Made with maple syrup and natural (noncarcinogenic) smoke, the sweet smokey flavor of this barbecue sauce is perfect for indoor as well as outdoor cooking.

Annie's
  • Amazon ASINB0021JCMFE, B000VHLFPG
  • UPCs
    • 9232500002
    • 092325000025
  • Weight12.0 oz.

Certifications

  • Certified USDA Organic
    Certified USDA Organic
    Indicates that this product is produced using organic methods or made with organic ingredients. Organic farming systems rely on ecologically based practices such as cultural and biological pest management, exclusion of all synthetic chemicals, antibiotics, and hormones in crop and livestock production. Certification is conducted by entities that have been approved by the US Department of Agriculture, using national standards that define organic production.
  • Designated Vegan
    Designated Vegan
    Indicates that the manufacturer has designated this product as vegan
  • True Food Network's non-GMO Shopping Guide
    True Food Network's non-GMO Shopping Guide
    Indicates whether a company has stated that its food products do not contain genetically-modified organisms (GMO). Compiled from survey results by The True Food Network, a project of the Center for Food Safety (www.truefoodnow.org). Note that U.S. food manufacturers are not required to label products as GMO-free.