cane sugar

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sucrose obtained from sugar cane

sugar from sugarcane used as sweetening agent

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The cane sugar refinery has a production capacity of 450,000 tonnes of sugar per year and is the newest sugar factory in the European Union, constructed in 2010.
Known as the 'sugar leaf', the sweetener lives up to its name being some 300 to 400 times sweeter than cane sugar when refined.
Grape sugar is otherwise named glucose; and in regard to it the very important point has to be noted, that cane sugar can be wholly changed into > it by prolonged boiling.
We hope that through the cake hotel we can showcase the versatility of golden and brown cane sugars and inspire people to get creative in the kitchen," said Tate & Lyle Sugars senior brand manager James Whiteley.
Tate & Lyle sales and marketing director Steven Hermiston said, "Now, every time you buy a pack of Tate & Lyle Fairtrade cane sugar farming communities will benefit.
FDF is therefore absolutely delighted by Tate & Lyle's plans for reducing the carbon footprint of its products at its Thames Cane Sugar Refinery.
IN 1997, THE VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP published an article on sugar refining, focusing in particular on the char derived from cow bones that is used as a filter to whiten cane sugar during the refining process.
The company supplies rock candy, which is the product of the refining of recrystallization of pure cane sugar.
Redpath operates Canada's largest cane sugar refinery in Toronto.
The industry ministry and the agriculture ministry will issue a joint decision requiring producers of double refined sugar to use locally produced raw cane sugar, Fahmi said.
and other retailers throughout the United States, plans to replace high-fructose corn syrup--a ubiquitous but demonized sweetener--with cane sugar in its drinks, starting in January.
is launching a line of 12-ounce canned soda sweetened with pure cane sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).
Among sweeteners that encourage the growth of acidic plaque are barley malt, beet sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar, date sugar, fructose, fruit juice, honey, malt syrup, raw sugar, sorbitol, turbinado sugar and a host of other "natural sugars.
The former is made from cane sugar, real mint, key lime juice, Bacardi and a bit of club soda.
Light Cane sugar balances the tartness of the lemon.