ABout a year or two ago I looked at the nutritional information of various "no added sugar" squashes to determine which had the lowest sugar content. My recollection is that that all had the sugar content in the nutritional information, with some cases including the "winner" at the time having values below 0.1g/100ml (I recall about 0.02g).
I have just repeated the exercise, and I now find that most do not specify the actual sugar content, with the winner from last time saying "Contains negligible amounts of fat, saturates, carbohydrate, sugars and protein" and others saying "Sugars <0.5g".
Is this the result of a regulatory change in the UK in recent years? Is there some other reason for this reduction in information available to the consumer?