ingredient information
Cane Sugar Brown
Brown sugar (light and dark): Brown sugar is refined to retain some of the molasses syrup and other impurities of sugarcane which impart a pleasant flavor. Brown sugar tends to clump because it contains more moisture than while granulated sugar. Dark brown sugar has more color and a stronger molasses flavor than light brown sugar. Lighter types are generally used in baking and making butterscotch, condiments and glazes. Dark brown sugar has a rich flavor that is good for gingerbread, mincemeat, baked beans, plum pudding and other full flavored foods. Source: