Name Variations Edit

  • unrefined natural sugar
  • granulated sugar cane juice
  • dehydrated sugar cane juice

About Sucanat Edit

Wikipedia Article About Sucanat on Wikipedia

Sucanat (which is a contraction of Sugar Cane Natural) is non-refined cane sugar that has not had the molasses removed from it like refined white sugar. It is essentially pure dried sugar cane juice. It is generally accepted as a substitute for brown sugar. Unlike regular brown sugar, sucanat is grainy instead of crystalline.

Nutrition Edit

Nutritional Analysis of Sucanat, approximately 150g (one cup):

  • Water - 2.7g
  • Calories - 570kcal
  • Carbohydrate - 135.g
  • Fat - 0g
  • Sodium - 0.5mg
  • Potassium - 1,125mg
  • Vitamin A - 1600IU
  • Thiamin (B1) - 0.21mg
  • Riboflavin (B2) - 0.21mg
  • Niacin - 0.20mg
  • Calcium - 165mg
  • Iron - 6.5mg
  • Vitamin B6 - 0.60mg
  • Magnesium - 127mg
  • Zinc - 2.3mg
  • Copper - 0.3mg
  • Pantothenic acid - 1.8mg
  • Chromium - 40mcg
  • Phosphorus - 48mg

Sucanat Recipes Edit

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