All of the above -the right answer is all of the above: jarred spaghetti sauce, canned chicken corn chowder soup, and ready-made chocolate pudding. the pudding may come as no surprise, but manufacturers add sugar to products you wouldnt expect-like sauces and soups, crackers and cereals-to help improve taste. some sugar occurs naturally in such whole foods as fruit and milk, too. no need to cut down on those, though: the health benefits of the nutrients in those foods outweigh any potential effects of the sugar. because food labels dont distinguish between naturally occurring and added sugar, check out the ingredients list: if sugar or any of its aliases (dextrose, fructose, maltose, malt syrup, sucrose, or corn syrup) appear first, second, or third, thats your clue that the food may be high in added sugar.