Food labelling

Low Sugar Defined

We strive to source the finest no- and low-sugar luxury items for our hampers and include ingredient lists for food and drink items included in our hamper collections, whenever possible.

The terms "low-sugar' and "no-sugar' mean:

  • Low sugar has less than 5g of sugar per 100g.
  • No added sugar means that no sugar has been added during production. However, there may be naturally occurring sugar in the food.
  • Reduced fat or sugar food and drink contains at least 30 percent less fat or sugar than the standard version of the product.

For further information, please read Understanding Food Labels by Diabetes UK.

Our Food and Drink

Our products contain no sugar or low sugar wherever possible. However, we do suggest that certain products should be consumed in moderation. These include champagne (which contains some sugar used in the fermentation stage), and no-added sugar chocolate and sweets (which contains ingredients that eaten in excess can act as a laxative).