Know the Ingredients

Mustard

Mustard seeds are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids

French’s sunny yellow mustard is all-natural and the color comes from turmeric, a natural spice from roots of Curcuma longa plants.

There's not much bad you can say about water!

Vinegar - Next to water, this is about all mustard has in common with ketchup and mayonnaise

Mayo

Water - There's not much bad you can say about water!

Oil - A standard 32-oz jar of regular mayonnaise contains about 3 cups

Vinegar - Next to water, this is about all mustard has in common with ketchup and mayonnaise

Eggs - A single large egg yolk contains 210mg of cholesterol, at least 70% of your recommended daily allowance.

Maltodextrin - maltodextrin and disodium ethylenediamin triacetic Acid (EDTA). Quite a mouthful, huh? Our French's yellow mustard doesn't contain anything you can't pronounce.

Ketchup

Tomato Paste - You may be growing tomatoes in your backyard, but that's not all you’re dipping your french fries in. Ketchup is also riddled with carbs—up to 4 grams in a single teaspoon serving.

Vinegar - Next to water, this is about all mustard has in common with ketchup and mayonnaise

Sugar - You know those people who put ketchup on everything: eggs, broccoli, and even mashed potatoes? You know what they’re really squirting on? Sugar! (High-fructose corn syrup, to be exact.) There's about 60 tablespoons in every 32 oz. bottle. For those of us trying to cut carbs and calories, that's bad news.