Whether you're looking for a condiment to help balance the saltiness of a hot dog at the ballpark or are just making a late-night ham sandwich, you might reach for a bottle of French's Yellow Mustard. For more than 100 years, Americans have been using this brand of mustard to add flavor to their favorite foods. Doing so doesn't significantly change the nutritional value of the food, as the mustard has a simple nutritional profile.
No Calories, Fat or Protein
The nutritional value of a serving of French's Yellow Mustard is minimal. One teaspoon of the mustard doesn't contain any calories, fat, protein or vitamins. The serving has 55 milligrams of sodium and less than a gram of sugar. If you prefer a different type of mustard, such as French's Honey Dijon, the nutritional value doesn't change significantly. One teaspoon of the product has zero calories, fat, protein or vitamins, 40 milligrams of sodium and less than a gram of sugar.