Sugar is an integral ingredient in the kitchen and part of the baking that we do day to day.
Sugar is an essential food to maintain proper health and balance of nutrients. It is a simple carbohydrate that provides glucose to the body as well as the brain. Calories gained from sugar are stored as fat in the body. Of course, the sweetness it provides to things like cookies and cakes is obvious. In breads and rolls, however, it feeds the yeast that makes for a beautiful rise. While sugar may not the healthiest way to add caloric intake, it does provide short term energy and alertness in emergency situations. Sugar is a critical component in many psychological, comfort foods.
Shelf Life: Should be stored in a cool, dark place – optimum condition is 60 degrees or less – for longest storage. Should store for 20+ years if stored properly.
Directions for use: Use as a sweetener and as called for in recipes.
Serving size 1 teaspoon Servings per can 666 Calories per serving 15
Net Weight 5.9 Lbs.
Processed in a plant that handles dairy, eggs, wheat, soy and tree nuts.