Cane Sugar - Organic

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1lb Bag = 14.97 points.
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Ingredients:
Organic Cane Sugar
USDA organic logo
Sunrise Kosher logo/hechsher
Certified organic
Certified kosher
Grown by family farmers

Living Tree Community Foods Organic Cane Sugar is EcoSocial Certified, a fair trade program created by IBD, a 100% Brazilian certifier. This sugar is grown and processed through the award-winning Green Cane Project, thought to be the world’s largest Organic project, with over 14,500 hectares of land Certified Organic.

The mission of the Green Cane Project, which began in 1986, is to create an integrated, self-sustainable operation balancing a quality product with environmental and social commitment.

Established in 1946, this family-run company offers extensive free health, education and housing programs, and profit sharing for its employees. Wages of Brazilian field workers are 3.5 times the average compensation.

Studies of the cane fields show increases in biodiversity, organic content of soil, drought and plague resistance, and groundwater quality and volume. All waste streams from production recycled for soil building programs or power generation.

Packaged in a facility that processes tree nuts. We are a peanut free facility.

DISCLAIMER:- None of the products in this catalog and on our website are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it our intention to prescribe any course of therapy.   The descriptions in our catalog and on our website are for educational purposes only.

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Cane Sugar Organic Nutritional Panel

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Living Tree Community Foods Organic Cane Sugar is EcoSocial Certified, a fair trade program created by IBD, a 100% Brazilian certifier. This sugar is grown and processed through the award-winning Green Cane Project, thought to be the world’s largest Organic project, with over 14,500 hectares of land Certified Organic.

The mission of the Green Cane Project, which began in 1986, is to create an integrated, self-sustainable operation balancing a quality product with environmental and social commitment.

Established in 1946, this family-run company offers extensive free health, education and housing programs, and profit sharing for its employees. Wages of Brazilian field workers are 3.5 times the average compensation.

Studies of the cane fields show increases in biodiversity, organic content of soil, drought and plague resistance, and groundwater quality and volume. All waste streams from production recycled for soil building programs or power generation.

Packaged in a facility that processes tree nuts. We are a peanut free facility.

DISCLAIMER:- None of the products in this catalog and on our website are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it our intention to prescribe any course of therapy.   The descriptions in our catalog and on our website are for educational purposes only.

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Cane Sugar Organic Nutritional Panel

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