RAW CANE SUGAR
VS BROWN SUGAR
see and taste the difference
It takes only 3 minutes
FOLLOW THESE FOUR STEPS TO FIND OUT WHY
CIRCA BLONDE RAW CANE SUGAR
TASTES BETTER THAN BROWN SUGAR
What marketing campaigns have called brown sugar is simply white refined sugar with some of the original molasses added back for coloring. This refining process changes the sugar. During the ion exchange chromatography refinery process, chemicals are used for refining and bleaching sugar including styrene, divinylacetylene benzol, benzol peroxide, polyvinyl alcohol, bentonite, concentrated sulfuric acid, methacrylic acid, sodium hydroxide, methyl chloride, diethylenetriamine (DETA) etc. Circa’s Raw Cane Sugar aims to celebrate the natural way we have cultivated in the Americas since the 15th Century.
Raw Sugar - Unrefined, raw sugar is made from the juice of the sugarcane plant. Raw sugar has the same vitamin and mineral consistency as sugarcane plant juice. Raw sugar has a brown color because of the presence of molasses, a by-product of refining sugarcane that contains a number of essential minerals and vitamins.
White Sugar - Refined white sugar is produced in the same manner as raw sugar, but chemicals are added to bleach the sugar.
Brown Sugar - Its essentially the same as refined white sugar. The difference is that brown sugar has molasses added back into it. It comes in different shades of brown colors depending on the amount of molasses that are added back to give it color.
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