>> Monday, October 27, 2008
Remember last week when I asked what your favorite HFCS-free BBQ sauce was? One commenter mentioned that Bullseye Barbecue Sauce, made by Kraft, is now HFCS free. I think that needs to be celebrated!
If you look back at one of my first posts, you'll see that Bullseye was one of the HFCS-containing foods in our pantry that we got rid of. So, since June of this year, Bullseye has been reformulated to be HFCS free. Woo hoo!
What caused the reformulation? I don't know, but the fine people at Kraft are making a really big deal out of the lack of HFCS in Bullseye. Take a look at the top label proudly proclaiming, "Now High Fructose Corn Syrup Free!" Perhaps Kraft realized that there is a market for foods that don't contain HFCS - especially since there are painfully few BBQ sauces that are HFCS free.
Bullseye is back in our pantry! We made pulled pork sandwiches late last week and enjoyed having a little Bullseye on them. They have five flavors for your tasting pleasure. We used their new Hickory Smoke flavor and thought that it was tasty.
Kudos to Kraft! And take that, Corn Refiners Association!