Mt. Olive Squeeze No Sugar Added Sweet Relish with Splenda 10 oz.

Mt. Olive Squeeze No Sugar Added Sweet Relish with Splenda 10 oz.

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Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, and hot dogs are some of the only picnic foods that are low carb. Of course, as a low carb dieter we do not eat the buns, but we love our burgers and hot dogs. Thinking about those burgers and dogs grilling up on a charcoal or gas grill is making me hungry for summer and a summer picnic.

But burgers and hot dogs are not just for summer – they are perfect for a low carb lunch or dinner any time of the year.

If you’re planning a low carb picnic or just a low carb dinner or low carb lunch of burgers and hot dogs, you’re going to need low carb condiments. Lucky for us there are low carb versions of ketchup and mustard, and now there’s low carb Mt. Olive Squeeze No Sugar Added Sweet Relish with Splenda.

Sweetened with splenda, Mt Olive Sweet Relish has zero calories and zero carbs in each 1 tablespoon serving. The squeeze bottle is convenient for the fridge or for taking to the beach for a picnic. By substituting the sugar found in regular relish with splenda, Mt. Olive has given us the ability to enjoy a truly great low carb picnic staple.

Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size 1 Tbsp (15g)

  • Servings Per Container 21
  • Calories 0
  •   Calories from Fat 0
  • Total Fat 0g
  •   Saturated Fat 0g
  •   Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 75mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 1g
  •   Dietary Fiber 0g
  •   Sugars 0g
  • Protein 0g

Ingredients: Cucumbers, water, vinegar, salt, cornstarcg, sucralose, xanthan gum, red bell peppers, 0.1% sodium benzoate, calcium chloride, alum, natural flavors, polysorbate 80, yellow 5 and maltol.

Refrigerate after opening.


  1. Heather Nicholson says

    SPLENDA are you kidding me (GMO) are you an advertising machine for Monsanto? What about stevia? all natural!

    • says

      I should point out that the GMO part of Splenda is, I believe, the maltodextrin with which it is bulked. Pretty sure that straight liquid sucralose is more common in food processing.

      And I’m afraid that for the moment if you want stevia-sweetened relish you’ll be making your own.

  2. Jennifer says

    Thanks for the information! I love the Mt. Olive sweet relish with splenda. I was so disappointed when my local grocery store quit selling it. I now know where to buy it!

  3. Michael says

    I have been using Mt. Olive sugar free relish and Sweet Gherkins for a few years and I LOVE it, as a diabetic I’m very grateful that I have an alternative that doesn’t go sour if you use a little too much (Stevia, phenelanktin and sachrin all have that in common). It makes my hot dogs (Low Fat) and lean burgers really pop and there is no difference in taste so I’m a VERY happy camper (OK I couldn’t resist the pun),

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