Read the labels. The ingredient that there is most of will be listed first. The ingredient that there is least of will be listed last. If sugar is near the top of the list, there is a lot of it. Also, be aware that a lot of different names are given to sugar in labels in the hope consumers won't notice how much there is: sugar, sucrose, fructose (almost any ingredient that ends in ose on a food label is a form of sugar). So if there are several "ose" words, that's several kinds of sugar. Incidentally, "high fructose corn syrup" that gets such bad reputation in commercials is only sugar, the same as sugar from sugarcane; it is no better and no worse for you than sugar. Honey is the same as sugar, except for a slightly different flavor because it was produced by living bees rather than be machine. It's still sugar.