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10/30/2013 01:47 pm ET Updated Oct 31, 2013

We Live In A World Where Salads Have More Sugar Than Donuts

You know something is wrong with the food industry when you can buy a salad that contains more sugar than a donut.

That's one finding in a recent study conducted by financial services company Credit Suisse, which revealed the sugar content of some of America's most popular foods and drinks.

Here they are, in ascending order of sweetness:

Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Donut: 10 grams per serving

krispy kreme donut

Crunchy Nut, Frosties And Fruit Loops Cereal: 12 grams per serving

froot loops

Subway 6'' Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki: 16 grams per serving

subway

Starbucks Grande Caffe Latte: 17 grams per serving

starbucks

Godiva Truffles (2): 17 grams per serving

godiva

Ben & Jerry's Vanilla Ice Cream (1/2 cup): 20 grams per serving

ben jerrys

Yoplait Original Yogurt: 27 grams per serving

yoplait

Vitamin Water (20 oz): 33 grams per serving

vitamin water

Coca-Cola (20 oz): 39 grams per serving

coke bottle

Sprinkles Red Velvet Cupcake: 45 grams per serving

sprinkles cupcakes

California Pizza Kitchen Thai Chicken Salad: 48 grams per serving

california pizza kitchen salad

Odwalla Super Food (450 ml bottle): 50 grams per serving

odwalla

Starbucks Cafe Vanilla Frappuccino (16 oz): 67 grams per serving

starbucks frapp

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