Bio Cane Sugar Light 400g

1,65

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Vegan
Vegan
Low fat
Low fat
Non GMO
Non GMO

Cane sugar is defined as “sugar obtained from sugar cane”. Sugar cane (of the genus Saccharum) refers to several species of tall perennial grasses. Sugar cane plants have fibrous stalks rich in sucrose (sugar). They are native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia and New Guinea, although they are now widely grown around the world in a warm, temperate climate.

Full description

Cane sugar is defined as “sugar obtained from sugar cane”. Sugar cane (of the genus Saccharum) refers to several species of tall perennial grasses. Sugar cane plants have fibrous stalks rich in sucrose (sugar). They are native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia and New Guinea, although they are now widely grown around the world in a warm, temperate climate.

Country of origin: Colombia

Preparation method

How can you use Bio Cane Sugar from Diet-Food?
Organic cane sugar, can be used in any type of baking, enhances the taste, is perfect for desserts and as a substitute for white sugar.

Composition and allergy information

Ingredients:

  • 100% organic light cane sugar

Allergic Information:

  • The product may contain soy, wheat and gluten
Nutritional values

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • energy value
  • 1657 kJ / 396 kcal
  •   fat 0 g
    including saturated 0 g
  • carbohydrates 99 g
    of which sugars 99 g
  • fiber 0 g
  • protein 0 g
  •   salt 0 g

Net weight: 400 g

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    Bio Cane Sugar Light 400g

    1,65

    Gross
    -
    +
    Vegan
    Vegan
    Low fat
    Low fat
    Non GMO
    Non GMO

    Cane sugar is defined as “sugar obtained from sugar cane”. Sugar cane (of the genus Saccharum) refers to several species of tall perennial grasses. Sugar cane plants have fibrous stalks rich in sucrose (sugar). They are native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia and New Guinea, although they are now widely grown around the world in a warm, temperate climate.

    EAN: 5901549275841