Organic Evaporated Cane Juice
Organic evaporated cane juice is a completely natural sweetener made from sugar cane. Because it is not processed as much as table sugar, evaporated cane juice retains more of the nutrients from the sugar cane. Organic evaporated cane juice can be substituted for all uses of table sugar, including baking and sweetening.
Organic evaporated cane juice was the form of sugar used throughout most of civilization’s history, the crystals that form when sugar cane juice is left to evaporate. Today, however, most sugar sold in the supermarket has undergone extensive processing. Processed sugar has been linked to many health conditions, including diabetes and heart disease. Evaporated cane juice is not refined, retaining many of the nutrients from the cane, as well as its natural tan color.
Our organic evaporated cane juice is sweet, with a hint of sugar cane flavor. It is sometimes referred to as raw sugar or cane sugar. Use organic evaporated cane juice in baking and confectionary recipes, as well as to sweeten lemonade, tea, coffee, oatmeal, and porridge.Read More
Ratings & Reviews
This is our first time trying this and we are amazed at how good and sweet it is! Great alternative to regular sugar! Will purchase again!Donald, Fairview, MT
I like this evaporated cane juice because it is a bit smaller grain than many. Good stuff!Carmen, Columbus, WI
I can't detect a huge flavor difference between this and refined white sugar so it's a great sub for white vs raw or demerara sugar which has all those molasses notes.Alida, Springfield, MA
Good quality, not too pronounced a molasses-like flavor which I like since some raw sugars can be very strong. Don't get me wrong, I like molasses, but when you want a more neutral flavor, it's inconvenient.Alida, Springfield, MA
Organic Evaporated Cane Juice Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, sesame, and milk products.
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