Carb Smart products aren't available in Canada, nor any other product with "carbs" or "low-carbs" in the name or description. Since late 2004, they're no longer permitted under Canadian food-labelling regulations ... Carbohydrate Claims on Foods Sold in Canada
. Often - but not always - products labelled "no sugar added" will be low in carbs, but you'll have to read the nutrient panel AND the ingredients list to be sure.
As to Margay's original question, Breyers Canada makes only one "no sugar added" ice cream product (vanilla) .. http://www.breyers.ca/product/detai...r-added-vanilla
. I've never tried it, and from reading the ingredients list .. I never will. "Milk ingredients" and "modified milk ingredients", plus a long list of processed gums, thickeners and bulking agents to make up for the missing fat. I'm imagining sweet-tasting frozen plastic
. Also, it's still quite high in carbs. According to the nutrient panel, a 125ml serving (½ cup) has 14g total carbs, minus 2g sugar alcohols and 0g fiber = 12g net carbs. Hardly a low-carb bargain!
Chapman's, a Canadian company based in Ontario, makes a line of "no sugar added" ice creams and frozen treats ... http://www.chapmans.ca/Products/#NoSugarAdded
. Although they also contain some gums and thickeners, the overall ingredients list is much shorter plus they actually contain real cream. Over all, they're lower in net carbs (and higher in fat) than the Breyers' product. The few I've tried taste very good. Keep in mind, they still have 6g or higher net carbs per 125ml (½ cup) serving. Definitely not for Induction.
Most larger grocery stores in Ontario carry Chapman's "no sugar added" ice cream products.