Uncrustables® Products Nutrition Facts
When something is both delicious and convenient, like Smucker′s® Uncrustables® sandwiches and Bites are, it′s natural to have questions. What′s in it? How many calories are in a serving? What′s the nutritional value?
If you′re looking for reliable facts, you′ve come to the right place. While other sources often attempt to answer nutrition questions about Uncrustables products, their info may be outdated, incomplete or just plain mistaken. Here you′ll find the most current, complete and accurate information, straight from the source.
To answer this question, first we have to define ′′healthy."
The FDA and USDA require that a food product must meet all the following requirements to be described as healthy:
- Low fat
- Low saturated fat
- 90 mg of cholesterol or less
- At least one of the following nutrients at 10% DV or higher
- Vitamin D
Uncrustables products do not meet that definition.
If you're wondering whether Uncrustables products are low-fat or low-calorie foods, please be aware that they are not. They are also not, by themselves, complete and balanced meals. Enjoy Uncrustables sandwiches and Bites as part of a balanced diet.
Please note that Uncrustables products come in a variety of flavors, with different sizes available at different locations, and specific nutrition facts vary by size and flavor. For details, check your product′s label or see below.
No. We do, however, encourage you to check the ingredient statement if you have a food allergy or ingredient intolerance.
Uncrustables products sold in regular grocery stores have anywhere from 140 to 210 calories per serving. The classic two-ounce Uncrustables Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly Sandwich contains 210 calories per serving.
A two-ounce Uncrustables Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly Sandwich provides 6 grams (5% DV) of protein* per serving. The amount of protein in other Uncrustables sandwiches varies by type and size. Please check the label for nutrition information.
Both of the Uncrustables Bites varieties sold at grocery stores contain 9 grams of protein per serving.
Club stores and schools offer different sizes, which have slightly different nutrition facts, as reflected on their labels.
*Contains 9 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, and 220 mg sodium per serving.
How much sugar is in Uncrustables® products?
The sugar content of standard two-ounce Uncrustables products ranges from 1 gram per serving (for Turkey & Colby Jack Bites) to 12 grams per serving (for the Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread Sandwich). The sizes served at schools and sold at club stores are slightly bigger, so you’ll notice that the nutrition facts on the label vary slightly.
Reduced sugar options (Reduced Sugar Peanut Butter & Grape Spread Sandwich on Wheat Bread and Reduced Sugar Peanut Butter & Strawberry Spread Sandwich on Wheat Bread) contain 7 grams of sugar per serving.
The sizes served at schools and sold at club stores are slightly bigger, so you′ll notice that the nutrition facts on the label vary slightly.
Uncrustables products do not contain high fructose corn syrup, regardless of where they′re served or sold.
No, we updated our recipes in 2017 and replaced all high fructose corn syrup with sugar.
How much fat do Uncrustables® products contain?
In standard two-ounce Uncrustables products, total fat content ranges from 6 grams to 9 grams per serving, and saturated fat ranges from 2 grams to 3 grams per serving. A two-ounce Uncrustables Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly Sandwich contains 9 grams of total fat and 2 grams of saturated fat per serving. Sizes sold at club stores or served through schools have slightly different amounts per serving because they′re a bit larger.
As you′d expect, the ingredients depend on the type of Uncrustables product you choose. Our PB&J-style sandwiches include white or wheat bread on the outside and various spreads on the inside. Our Bites are made with bread, meat and cheese.
Please see the Uncrustables products nutrition facts by flavor below for the complete ingredient lists.
No, Uncrustables products are not vegan. Our PB&J-style sandwiches may contain milk. Our Bites contain meat and cheese.
No, Uncrustables products are not classified as organic.
Why do some packages say “spread” instead of “jam” or “jelly”?
A product or ingredient can only be called a ′′jelly′′ or ′′jam′′ based on specific FDA definitions, which say that they have to contain a certain proportion of sugar, by weight. Reducing the sugar content to create our reduced sugar products causes the fruit spreads to no longer meet the FDA definitions of ′′jelly′′ or ′′jam."
What are Uncrustables® nutrition facts by flavor?
We monitor and label for eggs as a major allergen on all our products and would include these in either a “contains” statement if present in the product, or a “may contain” statement if there were chance for cross contact during manufacturing. We suggest referring to the product packaging for the most accurate allergen information, as well as our “All Products” page for full nutrition and ingredient information.
We monitor and label for milk as a major allergen on all our products and would include this in either a “contains” statement if present in the product, or a “may contain” statement if there were chance for cross contact during manufacturing. We suggest referring to the product packaging for the most accurate allergen information, as well as frozen-sandwiches for full nutrition and ingredient information.
What If I Have More Questions About the Nutritional Content of Uncrustables® Products?
We′re here to help! Our team would be happy to answer your questions by phone call, chat, text or online form. Please contact us to let us know what other info you need.