Cane Sugar

Our Cane Sugar is of the highest quality – golden in colour with an aromatic sweetness and large, crunchy crystals.

Dansukker’s cane sugar sold on the Nordic markets carries the international Fairtrade mark. The Fairtrade/Max Havelaar mark is your independent guarantee that this product is traded in accordance with international Fairtrade standards. Your purchase will help to improve working and living conditions for farmers and other workers in the poorest parts of the world.

Cane Sugar is good for fruits and berries, for cooking and baking, in hot drinks, and as a sprinkling for junket.

Cube Cane Sugar is good in coffee, tea and other hot drinks.

Measures and Weights: Cane Sugar
100 ml = approx. 90 g
1 tbsp = 15 g
1 tsp = 5 g


- Try using Cane Sugar instead of Brown Sugar when you make Irish coffee.

- You can make your own basic dressing very cheaply. Mix lemon juice, olive oil, Cane Sugar and a little crushed garlic. You can vary the taste by adding other condiments, e.g. fresh herbs, curry powder, cinnamon, chilli or grated ginger.

Nutritional values per 100 g

Energy 1680 kJ/400 kcal
Fat 0 g
- of which saturates 0 g
Carbohydrates 99 g
- of which sugars 99 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g
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