Cane sugar white Organic
Origin and history Cane sugar
Cane sugar is an ancestral cultivated species of cane. It was first cultivated by the Austronesians in maritime Southeast Asia about 5000 years before Christ. Thanks to a prehistoric migration by sea, the Austronesians extended their territories from Madagascar to Hawaii until 1500 BC. And during these migrations, cane sugar came along. Sugar was first made from cane in northern India. From the 8th century onwards, Muslims and Arab traders spread cane sugar around the world. In the Middle Ages, cane sugar was a status symbol of power in Europe and was counted among the rare and expensive spices.
How is Cane Sugar (powder) made?
Cane sugar can come in various forms. Depending on the amount of Molasses filtered out of the primal product, the colour of cane sugar becomes lighter and lighter. Almost all the molasses has therefore been filtered out of white cane sugar. Molasses is a product that is processed in rye bread and licorice, among others.
Healthy properties of Cane sugar powder and applications
Cane sugar is free from wheat, gluten, eggs, milk and nuts. Also, cane sugar is unrefined. It still contains all naturally present nutrients. Cane sugar can be used as an organic substitute for beet sugar in various baked goods or other foods where it is processed.
Premium Cane sugar white Organic
Cane sugar white Organic from Holyflavours isan organically certified product of premium quality. Thanks to this certificate, you know that what you buy has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
The organic raw sugar we select come from various regions of the world. All products are checked in Europe and often also packaged.
The ORGANIC quality mark stands for 100% controlled organic and reliable. These ingredients are therefore guaranteed free of all kinds of additives such as sugars, fats and comply with all European pesticide requirements. The quality of our products is regularly checked.
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Ingredients||Raw cane sugar|
|Country of cultivation||Thailand|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||400 kcal / 1700 KJ|
|Saturated Fats||0 g|
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