FAQ

Are Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces low-carb?

Yes. Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces are considered a low carbohydrate food, containing only 1g of Net Carbs per serving. The carbohydrates in Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces come from tomatoes, apple cider vinegar and Allulose — the natural, low-carb sugar we use as our primary sweetener.

How do you calculate net carbs?

The net carbohydrates in Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces are calculated with this simple formula:

  • Net Carbs = Total Carbohydrates (minus) Fiber (minus) Allulose

In the case of Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces: 1g Net Carb = 4g Total Carbs – 1g Fiber – 2g Allulose.

What is allulose?

Allulose is a naturally occurring low-calorie sweetener found in certain foods such as dates, figs, raisins and corn. Allulose is not metabolized into glucose when consumed which is why it does not contribute to blood glucose or insulin levels and is almost calorie free, containing only 0.4 calories per gram.

Is allulose a sugar alcohol?

No. Allulose is not a sugar alcohol.

Do Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces contain sugar alcohols?

No. Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces do not contain sugar alcohols.

Are there any sugars in Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces?

Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces do not contain any added sugar. The sugar content shown in grams on the label comes from sugars that are naturally occurring in the tomatoes used to make our sauces.

Do Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces comply with the ketogenic diet?

Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces contain 1g of net carbs per serving, as stated on the nutrition label. Since the daily net carb allotment of ketogenic diets varies by individual and nutritional goals, we advise you use our nutrition label to help you fit our sauces into your personal ketogenic diet.

Are Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces okay for vegans or vegetarians?

Yes. Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces do not contain animal products, which make them suitable for both vegan and vegetarian diets.

Where can I buy Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces?

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Do Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces contain allergens?

All Ray’s No Sugar Added products are labeled in accordance with the FDA food labeling requirements, including the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 (Title II of Public Law 108-282), which requires foods to be labeled that contain the major food allergens: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soybeans. Although many flavors of Ray’s No Sugar Added do not contain these ingredients, refer to the ingredients statement on the back of each Ray’s No Sugar Added product or on our website to find this declaration.

What is the nutritional profile of Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces?

Nutrition Fact Panels are listed on the back label of each bottle and on the product pages on our website.

Do you have a list of ingredients for Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces?

Ingredients are listed on the back label of each bottle and on the product pages on our website.

Should I refrigerate Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces?

We recommend refrigerating Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces after opening for best quality.

How long can I keep Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauce after I open it?

After opening, we suggest keeping the sauce for no longer than four months. Always refrigerate sauce after it is opened.

What should I use Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces on?

You can use Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces with most of your favorite foods, including chicken, steak, ribs, hamburgers, pork, hot dogs or sausages. You can also use Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces as a dip or as an ingredient in recipes.

When barbecuing or broiling meats, when should you add Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauce?

Generally, you should baste foods during the last five to 10 minutes of barbecuing or broiling with Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauce, as sauce may burn at high temperatures, which is true of most barbecue sauces.

Do Ray’s No Sugar Added products contain gluten?

Most of our products do not contain gluten. Products and ingredients made from grains containing gluten — such as wheat, rye and barley — will be clearly listed in the ingredient statement on the package label.

How do you ensure your products are gluten-free?

We have a program in place to support the use of the “Gluten-Free” statement. Our products are manufactured in facilities with stringent programs to ensure label compliance.

Are Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces kosher?

Yes. Ray’s No Sugar Added Barbecue Sauces are OU Kosher Certified.