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Oh GAWWWD (insert eye roll)

Palm sugar offers a viable alternative to palm oil. Unlike palm oil, palm sugar is naturally produced in a sustainable, eco-friendly way, as trees are maintained for their sap instead of being cut down. … see more
Oh GAWWWD (insert eye roll)

Palm sugar offers a viable alternative to palm oil. Unlike palm oil, palm sugar is naturally produced in a sustainable, eco-friendly way, as trees are maintained for their sap instead of being cut down.

"The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the World Bank reported that palms can produce high yields of sugar for up to 100 years of production. The report found that coconut palm sugar is, therefore, a sustainable industry, with a minimal environmental impact when harvested using traditional techniques. In fact, the FAO found that palm sugar tapping produces a more sustainable sweetener than traditional sugar cane farming"

https://www.sbs.com.au/food/article/2018/08/15/palm-sugar-eco-damaging-palm-oil see less
Oh GAWWWD (insert eye roll)

Palm sugar offers a viable alternative to palm oil. Unlike palm oil, palm sugar is naturally produced in a sustainable, eco-friendly way, as trees are maintained for their sap instead of being cut down.

"The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the World Bank reported that palms can produce high yields of sugar for up to 100 years of production. The report found that coconut palm sugar is, therefore, a sustainable industry, with a minimal environmental impact when harvested using traditional techniques. In fact, the FAO found that palm sugar tapping produces a more sustainable sweetener than traditional sugar cane farming"

https://www.sbs.com.au/food/article/2018/08/15/palm-sugar-eco-damaging-palm-oil

olivia washington
· December 12, 2019
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I use this for all my sugar needs. I love that I can use half of the called for amount and it's still as sweet and that it doesn't spike my blood sugar level. I use it in all my recipes, whether it calls for white or brown sugar. I even whirled it in my spice mill and made some powdered sugar out of it. It works well a… see more I use this for all my sugar needs. I love that I can use half of the called for amount and it's still as sweet and that it doesn't spike my blood sugar level. I use it in all my recipes, whether it calls for white or brown sugar. I even whirled it in my spice mill and made some powdered sugar out of it. It works well and doesn't "taste like coconut" to me. see less I use this for all my sugar needs. I love that I can use half of the called for amount and it's still as sweet and that it doesn't spike my blood sugar level. I use it in all my recipes, whether it calls for white or brown sugar. I even whirled it in my spice mill and made some powdered sugar out of it. It works well and doesn't "taste like coconut" to me.
respect is a two-way street
· August 26, 2019
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Yes it is. I love this Product.
Brammacinny
· December 6, 2017
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I tried it in hot tea not iced, did not care for it at all. It's fine in everything else but after that I won't try it in any tea again.
leffty13
· December 12, 2021
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It is right in the description as unrefined. It is good stuff.
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Unlike white sugar, BetterBody Foods Organic Coconut Sugar is unrefined. This means it retains the nutritional elements (minerals and B vitamins) that are frequently destroyed during the refinement process.

Donna Belbeck
· March 9, 2018
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This is organic coconut palm sugar gluten and gmo free, again it is sugar of the coconut. Healthy and very good I used it for a long time. Packed in good plastic container
SHARIF MASOUDI
· November 14, 2020
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Well, I'm truly not sure about that. I found this info, in the description as unrefined. It is good stuff. I love it! Unlike white sugar, BetterBody Foods Organic Coconut Sugar is unrefined. This means it retains the nutritional elements (minerals and B vitamins) that are frequently destroyed during the refinement proc… see more Well, I'm truly not sure about that. I found this info, in the description as unrefined. It is good stuff. I love it! Unlike white sugar, BetterBody Foods Organic Coconut Sugar is unrefined. This means it retains the nutritional elements (minerals and B vitamins) that are frequently destroyed during the refinement process. If you need more info go to their site and drop them a note, I'm sure they'll respond! betterbodyfoods dot com. This info is NOT from their site, yet it's about how this type of sugar is derived. A cut is made on the flower of the coconut palm and the liquid sap is collected into containers. The sap is placed under heat until most of the water has evaporated. Hope all this helps! see less Well, I'm truly not sure about that. I found this info, in the description as unrefined. It is good stuff. I love it! Unlike white sugar, BetterBody Foods Organic Coconut Sugar is unrefined. This means it retains the nutritional elements (minerals and B vitamins) that are frequently destroyed during the refinement process. If you need more info go to their site and drop them a note, I'm sure they'll respond! betterbodyfoods dot com. This info is NOT from their site, yet it's about how this type of sugar is derived. A cut is made on the flower of the coconut palm and the liquid sap is collected into containers. The sap is placed under heat until most of the water has evaporated. Hope all this helps!
The ROK
· December 4, 2019
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The glycemic index for this product is 35 compared to regular sugar at 63
A manufacturer
Manufacturer · September 10, 2020
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I won't say love, but I do like this product ( coconut sugar ), it's not overly sweet, it's great with any recipes that require regular sugar which lacks in nutrition , great in tea's or nut milk, however try it, if good, pass it on telling others, don't forget to look up the nutrient in coconut sugar, have a n… see more I won't say love, but I do like this product ( coconut sugar ), it's not overly sweet, it's great with any recipes that require regular sugar which lacks in nutrition , great in tea's or nut milk, however try it, if good, pass it on telling others, don't forget to look up the nutrient in coconut sugar, have a nice day........... see less I won't say love, but I do like this product ( coconut sugar ), it's not overly sweet, it's great with any recipes that require regular sugar which lacks in nutrition , great in tea's or nut milk, however try it, if good, pass it on telling others, don't forget to look up the nutrient in coconut sugar, have a nice day...........
G. G.
· September 14, 2022
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They are supposed to be there. They vent the seal so that they packaging doesn't get damaged when there are changes in elevation as it's getting shipped.
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Manufacturer · June 3, 2020