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What is sugar? "Sugar" refers to sucrose, a carbohydrate found naturally in fruits and vegetables. Sucrose is the major product of photosynthesis, a natural process that turns sunlight into energy. Sucrose is the most abundant sugar found in nature, and occurs in the greatest quantities in sugar cane and sugar beets.
There is no bleaching agent added at any time during the refining process. Sugar contains no artificial preservatives, colourings or any other additives. Pure sucrose crystals are naturally white. During the refining process, the natural sugar that is stored in the sugar cane stalk (or beet root) is separated from the rest of the plant material. The juice is purified, filtered, concentrated and dried in a series of steps to produce pure sucrose.
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