I am sure somebody will be able to explain this to me - when I read labels on various items in the supermarket, they always list the amount of carbohydrates and the amount of sugar. The sugar content is typically lower than the carbs content. One example (although I apologize that I can't quote the exact numbers since the food is in the fridge at home
) is milk (1%) and soy milk (unsweetened).
I was looking for something in the organic section and the soy milk caught my attention so I got a container (I had it before, I buy it here and there). When I compared the labels at home, I noticed that in the 1% milk, the amount of grams of carbohydrates was equal to the amount of grams of sugar.
In the unsweetened soy milk, the amount of sugar was less than the amount of carbs.
Does it mean that the milk has an added sugar?
Sorry, I hope this question makes sense.