How much sugar is in one bottle of fosters

According to Telegraph.co.uk, there is 2.7g of sugar per 100ml of Foster's, meaning one pint contains just over 13.5g - nearly 27 per cent of your recommended daily sugar intake.

One pint also contains around 170 calories, making it only slightly less calorific than a 175ml glass or red or white wine.

Fosters - 275ml Bottle contains about 7.4g of sugar.

Eating too much sugar can make you gain weight and can also cause tooth decay. The government recommends that free sugars – sugars added to food or drinks, and sugars found naturally in honey, syrups, and unsweetened fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies and purées – shouldn't make up more than 5% of the energy (calories) you get from food and drink each day. This means:

Adults should have no more than 30g of free sugars a day, (roughly equivalent to seven sugar cubes).
Children aged 7 to 10 should have no more than 24g of free sugars a day (six sugar cubes).
Children aged 4 to 6 should have no more than 19g of free sugars a day (five sugar cubes).
There is no guideline limit for children under the age of 4, but it's recommended they avoid sugar-sweetened drinks and food with sugar added to it.

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