Wholesome Sweeteners, Inc., Organic Powdered Confectioners Sugar, 16 oz (454 g) - 2pcs

Lawson Fine Foods

289082-2pk

Wholesome Fair Trade Organic Powdered Sugar is made from 100% certified organic sugar cane, grown and produced without the use of herbicides, pesticides or chemicals. Our powdered sugar is made by simply grinding our Fair Trade Organic Sugar to a fine, fluffy powder (12x) and adding a bit of organic...
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Wholesome Fair Trade Organic Powdered Sugar is made from 100% certified organic sugar cane, grown and produced without the use of herbicides, pesticides or chemicals. Our powdered sugar is made by simply grinding our Fair Trade Organic Sugar to a fine, fluffy powder (12x) and adding a bit of organic tapioca to prevent clumping. When making simple icing with water, the organic powdered sugar gives a faint golden color and delectable mellow toffee flavor derived from the natural molasses retained in the unrefined, unbleached organic sugar. It is perfect for cookies, frosting, fillings, dusting, and baking. It is naturally gluten-free, vegan, and kosher and should be used as a one-for-one replacement for refined powdered sugar. Try dusting whole grain waffles, french toast, or stuffed crepes with a bit of Organic Powdered Sugar for a special breakfast treat.

Unlike refined white powdered sugar with its overpowering, chalky sweetness, Wholesome Fair Trade Organic Powdered Sugar retains a bit of the cane’s natural molasses to give a smooth, mellow and rounded flavor. Many bakers and parents like that this organic powdered sugar is corn-free, too. Our sugar is blended with organic tapioca rather than GMO cornstarch! No chemicals, bone char, or animal by-products are used to make or de-colorize this sugar - making it ideal for vegans. The Fair Trade Certified logo is Wholesome’s guarantee that our farming cooperatives are paid directly for the cane grown and milled. This means that farmers can compete with factory farms, cultivate the quality of their crops, send their kids to school, and build thriving communities.