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White Sugar

White sugar is produced from Sugar Beet, a cultivated plant of Beta vulgaris, and is a root crop made up of sugar, fibre and contains a large amount of embedded water. The actual root contains a high concentration of sucrose. It is grown commercially for sugar production.

White sugar is sugar that has ben refined and washed so that it has a white appearance and no molasses flavour. The flavour of white sugar is relatively neutral, making it a popular choice for baking and sweetening drinks. 

The most widespread white household sugar is granulated sugar, also known as refined sugar. This consists of over 90 percent sucrose and is available in different particle sizes. White sugar is also the most popular among consumers. This is the purest form of sugar, consisting mostly of pure sucrose. Other residual components of the raw materials and minerals are removed in the course of production. White sugar can be made from both sugar beet and sugar cane and is available from wholesalers in different varieties and grain sizes. These include well-known dosage forms of white sugar, such as pearl, semolina or powdered sugar. White sugar is also available in two different versions, which differ in the degree of purity of the crystals. The designations of these products are EU category I and EU category II. The latter is industrial sugar – the product most popular with large customers.

Your choice of packaging can be filled with white sugar that can be standard, fairtrade and/or organic.

Sugabranding, can provide white sugar in a range of individual portion formats including sugar packets/sachets, sticks, Pyramids, and sugar cubes, all with the option of having varying fill from 2.5g – 8g. Every format can be personalised with your own branding.


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