Guess what "Organic evaporated cane juice" is?
If you guessed "brown sugar", you win a prize!
All of the things you just listed would be listed simply as "brown sugar" in a sane world, but marketing gets very creative with labeling to confuse consumers into thinking things are healthy.
But if they're toward the tail end of the ingredients list, it's not a big deal. Check the actual amount listed on the label; often it's only a gram or so and that really doesn't matter unless you are eating a couple dozen servings of said food. Sugar is one of those things that's totally harmless in really small doses; you just don't want much of it.
That "Coconut Creamer" doesn't look good though--anything that is supposedly made of coconut but has no fat calories is very suspicious and is probably highly processed. Coconut milk is full of fat normally. The almond butter is 17/7/2 fat/protein/sugar, so that looks pretty good. But it's made of nuts, so just don't go crazy on it if you're trying to lose weight. Nuts stall weight loss in a LOT of people. It's probably one of the most common things people remove from their diet and then start losing weight again. So use it as a treat, not a staple.