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Wholesome Sweeteners Fairtrade Organic Sucanat® (which stands for Sugar Cane Natural), is a whole unrefined cane sugar. It's made by simply crushing freshly cut sugar cane, extracting the juice and heating it in a large vat. Once the juice is reduced to a rich, dark syrup, it is hand-paddled. Hand paddling cools and dries the syrup, creating the dry, porous granules we call Sucanat. Nothing is added and nothing is taken out! Wholesome Sweeteners Fairtrade Organic Sucanat is made from 100% certified organic sugar cane. Because Sucanat still contains all of the cane's natural molasses, it has a deep brown colour and a distinct, natural molasses flavour that enhances many foods. It can be substituted for brown sugar in any recipe and it is especially good in chocolate-based recipes, baked goods, BBQ sauces and marinades. Find more at www.wholesomesweeteners.com. It contains trace amounts of iron, calcium, vitamin B6, potassium and chromium. The Fairtrade Certified logo is Wholesome Sweeteners' guarantee that our farming cooperatives are paid directly for the cane grown and milled. This means that farmers can compete with factory farms, cultivate the quality of their crops, send their kids to school and build thriving communities. Thank you for choosing Wholesome Sweeteners and helping to make the world a sweeter place.
Wholesome Sweeteners brings the very best of nature's sweetness to you and your family every day. Wholesome believes in traditional ways, artisanal products and a very light environmental footprint. After searching the world for the best products, Wholesome has focused on the tropics, where the climate and conditions are just right for growing organic sweeteners. With Fair Trade Certified™ organic and natural sweeteners from Central and South America and Africa, Wholesome is committed to making the world a sweeter place, one spoonful at a time.
The Fair Trade Certified™ logo represents Wholesome's commi™ent to consumers that a fair premium price is paid to the farmers cooperatives that supply Wholesomes Fair Trade products.
Since initiating the Fair Trade Certified program in 2005, Wholesome Sweeteners has paid more than $800,000 directly to Fair Trade cooperative partners in Costa Rica, Malawi, Mexico and Paraguay. Fair Trade means that farmers can send their kids to school, keep their land, develop the quality of their harvest and build thriving communities.
Beyond the parameters of Fair Trade Certification, Wholesome selects suppliers based on a demonstrated commi™ent to social responsibility and community outreach.
Wholesome Sweeteners' ethos is shaped by a deep concern for the long-term health of the planet and all of its inhabitants.
The USDA Organic logo is Wholesome's promise that we hold every product to the highest environmental standard. Each product bearing the USDA Organic logo has been grown and milled to USDA Organic standards, without the aid of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or chemicals.
Wholesome uses traditional methods:
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In the last 9 months my husband and I have been removing refined sugars and flours from our diets. Since doing so he has noticed a significant change in my overall health. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Domestic Yetti
I never tried Sucanat before, and I was thinking that this would be the equivalent to organic brown sugar. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David
I use tis sugar for my chai. I love it and have ordered it a lot from Amazon.Published 8 months ago by Tipper
This is a great alternative to white sugar. Works well in baked goods as a 1:1 replacement.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just had my Sucanat replenished with several more bags, but the new bags smell TERRIBLE when opened. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eliot Gable