White Sugar

About White Sugar

After the cane is harvested, the juice is extracted, the impurities are removed, and it is crystallized. White sugar's regular size gives it a uniform texture and consistency, while the lack of molasses means it has a clean color and flavor, making it ideal for baking and sweets. Your baking takes on a different texture or structure if there is less sugar, like bread, or more sugar, like cupcakes. 

Uses for White Sugar

Baking with white sugar adds a light texture, a sweet taste, and doesn't overpower other flavours. Preserves such as jam and relish can also be made with white sugar. Candy such as fudge and toffee made at home requires it as well.

Nutrition information

Ingredients: Cane Sugar 

Serving Size: 4g (1 level teaspoon)

  Per serving Per 100g
Energy 68 kJ
16 Cal
1700 kJ
407 Cal
Protein 0g 0g
Fat - total 0g 0g
      - saturated 0g 0g
Carbohydrate    
      - total 4g 100g
      - sugars 4g 100g
Sodium