(Light, Medium, Dark)
Brown (soft) sugar is the commingling of fine grain white sugar and a film of molasses (sometimes called cane sugar syrup). The darker the molasses is present relative to sugar, the grade of brown sugar darkens from light, to medium, to dark, with an accompanying deepening of the caramel and butterscotch flavors so highly prized in the product. Beet brown sugar is produced by coating white granulated sugar with cane molasses. Light (golden) and dark brown sugars are the two major types commercially available, as well as in-between grades.
- Golden C® (Light) Brown Sugar (C&H Sugar Co.)
- Yellow D® (Dark) Brown Sugar (C&H Sugar Co.)
1 lb 2 lb 25 lb 50 lb 100 lb
Golden C® and Yellow D®
25 lb 50 lb 100 lb