? Granulated sugar is also known as white sugar, regular sugar or table sugar. It is a commonly used type of sugar, made from cane sugar, which has undergone a refining process.
? The sugar cane stalks are washed, cut into shreds, and pressed using big rollers. The juice is separated from the plant material, then the liquid is boiled until it crystallizes. Finally, the crystals are separated from the liquid using a centrifuge, yielding raw sugar.
? It is then sent to a cane sugar refinery to be filtered. From here, the sugar goes through various treatments until it gets to the mill that turns it into granulated sugar.
? Imperial Granulated Sugar is a non-GMO pure cane sugar that’s milled to extra-fine crystals for a smooth, quick-dissolving, easily bendable and all-purpose sugar.
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