(thanks to Shakespeare for the inspiration in my headline)

Here’s a list of names by which manufacturers disguise the sugar they add to improve the taste of their products; hook you into cravings and generally addict you to their sweet poison. Some are pseudonyms for sugar, others are sources of bad sugars (fructose or mixtures of fructose and sucrose):

SUGAR
A
Agave nectar or syrup
“Anything” Sugar¬† – raw, brown, icing, demerara, cane, white, crystalized, cane, beet, palm
Auamiel
B
Barbados molasses
Barbados sugar
Barley malt
Beet sugar
Blackstrap molasses
Brown sugar
C
Cane sugar
Can syrup
Caramel
Caramel color (used in food and beverages)
Clarified grape juice
Coconut sugar
Cooked honey
Concentrated fruit juice
Confectioners sugar
Corn syrup
Corn sweetener
D
Dark brown sugar
Dates
Date sugar
Date syrup
Dried fruit of any type
F
Figs
Fig syrup
Filtered honey
Fructose
Fruit juice concentrate (when used as as sweetener)
Fruit sugar
Fruit sweetener
G
Granulated sugar
Grape sugar
H
Heavy syrup
High fructose corn syrup
Hydrogenated glucose syrup
I
Invert sugar
Invert sugar syrup
J
Jaggery
L
Lactose
Levulose
Light brown sugar
Light sugar
Light syrup
Lite sugar
Lite syrup
M
Malt
Malts
Malted
“Anything” malt
Malto-anything
Maltodextrose
Malt syrup
Mannitol
Maple sugar
Molasses
N
Natural honey
Natural syrup
Nectars (all)
P
Palm sugar
Powdered sugar
Pure honey
R
Raisins
Raisin syrup
Raw honey
Raw sugar
Rice malt
Rice syrup
S
Sorbitol
Sorghum molasses
Sorghum syrup
Succanat
Sucrose (cane or beet)
Sugar
Sugar cubes
Sugar packets
T
Turbinado sugar
U
Uncooked honey
Unfiltered honey
W
White sugar

Even More Names:

100% Natural Sweetener
All natural Sweetener
Sweetener
Pure Natural Sweetener
Naturally Sweetened
Saccharine
Low calorie sweeteners and Lite or light sweeteners of all kinds

No wonder we have a nutritional problem or two (download the Sugar list of conditions due to or made worse by bad sugars). There are far too many ways to disguise bad sugars.