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It's Sugar Cane Day (7-26)

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Post  goofygramma Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:02 am

Sugar cane is a giant grass that grows in warm, moist climates and stores sugar in its stalk. This natural sugar is ground out of the cane as juice, boiled into syrup and spun into crystals. The end result is raw sugar that is a tan color and very coarse. Raw sugar is not used in food. It is shipped to another refinery to be washed and filtered to remove the color and any leftover plant material. It is then crystallized, dried and packaged to land at your nearest grocery store.

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