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Wide range of products “ready to use” from all over the world.

Also available in its Organic version

WHOLE CANE SUGAR

Whole cane sugar is known by many different names in the world, the most important being un-refined muscovado, panela (latin america), jaggery (south asia) and kokuto (japan). It is extracted from sugar cane (Saccharum Officinarum) and retains its molasses content supplying natural occurring minerals. In that sense, it is the perfect substitute for refined sugars.

CHARACTERISTICS

> Brown colour with light toffee-like taste

> Similar glycemic index compared to white sugar (65)

> As sweet as sucrose, being an ideal substitute for refined white sugar

> Contains in small amounts antioxidants typical of sugargane such as gallic acid and other polyphenols

> The molasses retain small amounts of minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium and iron

MAIN BENEFITS

> Slower absorption than refined sugar

> Healthier option for diabetic and hypertense population compared to table sugar

> Thanks to the iron content it can be helpful in case of anemia

> The presence of antioxidants in melazas help prevent damage to cells caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals

> Positive immunological effects

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