We have no clue whose bright idea it was to even try and make mayo for the first time in history, but clearly they missed a trick in not making a lower fat version. The geniuses at Heinz have taken the initiative and made a mayonnaise which has 60% less fat than your normal mayo, and it still uses only free range eggs, as well as natural-only flavours, so you have a lighter option to enjoy on anything to which you set your mind - we don't take responsibility if your food experiments don't all go to plan, though.
Table of Nutrition
Per 100g: Energy: 1118kJ,: 267kcal, Fat: 26g, - of which saturates: 2.5g, Carbohydrate: 8.0g, - of which sugars: 3.0g, Protein: 0.6g, Salt: 1.7g, Servings per bottle: 54
Per serving (15g): Energy: 168kJ,: 40kcal, Fat: 3.9g, - of which saturates: 0.4g, Carbohydrate: 1.2g, - of which sugars: <0.1g, Protein: <0.1g, Salt: 0.25g, Servings per bottle: 54
Water, Rapeseed Oil (25%), Starch, Pasteurised Free Range EGG (3.5%), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Pasteurised Free Range EGG Yolk (1%), Lemon Juice Concentrate, Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), MUSTARD Seeds, Spice, Antioxidant (Calcium Disodium EDTA)
After opening refrigerate. Best before: see cap.