cane sugar


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cane sugar:

see sucrosesucrose
, commonest of the sugars, a white, crystalline solid disaccharide (see carbohydrate) with a sweet taste, melting and decomposing at 186°C; to form caramel. It is known commonly as cane sugar, beet sugar, or maple sugar, depending upon its natural source.
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cane sugar

[′kān ‚shu̇g·ər]
(organic chemistry)
Sucrose derived from sugarcane.

cane sugar

1. the sucrose obtained from sugar cane, which is identical to that obtained from sugar beet
2. another name for sucrose
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0 is made with non-gmo cane sugar, whereas competitors use artificial sweeteners in the form of saccharine, sucralose and aspartame to imitate the taste of real sugar.
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Tate & Lyle sales and marketing director Steven Hermiston said, "Now, every time you buy a pack of Tate & Lyle Fairtrade cane sugar farming communities will benefit.
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The industry ministry and the agriculture ministry will issue a joint decision requiring producers of double refined sugar to use locally produced raw cane sugar, Fahmi said.
and other retailers throughout the United States, plans to replace high-fructose corn syrup--a ubiquitous but demonized sweetener--with cane sugar in its drinks, starting in January.
is launching a line of 12-ounce canned soda sweetened with pure cane sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).
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Light Cane sugar balances the tartness of the lemon.