Many carbonated beverages, including sodas and soft drinks, contain high fructose corn syrup as a sweetening agent. Check the ingredients list on the label to confirm.
Various candies, gummies, and sweet treats, especially those with added sugars, may contain HFCS as a primary sweetener.
Commercially produced baked goods like cakes, pastries, cookies, and muffins often contain high fructose corn syrup to enhance sweetness.
Some canned fruits and fruit juices, especially those marketed as sweetened or flavored, might contain HFCS for added sweetness.
Certain breakfast cereals, particularly those marketed to children, may have high fructose corn syrup among their ingredients.
Various condiments like ketchup, barbecue sauce, salad dressings, and sweet sauces often include HFCS as a sweetening agent.
Snack items such as granola bars, flavored yogurt, snack cakes, and some types of crackers may contain high fructose corn syrup.
Pre-packaged or processed meals, including frozen dinners, instant noodles, and pre-made pasta sauces, may have HFCS added to enhance flavor.