SWEET TREATS

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UNCOVER OUR HISTORY

T-Sugars has been been producing premium sugar since 1836. Let us lift the lid on how it all began. 

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DID YOU KNOW?
Like to learn more? Feed your curiosity with some little-known facts about sugar.
Belgian chocolates - a world-famous symbol of indulgence - are made with T-Sugars sugar.
The Persian Emperor Darius referred to sugar cane in 510 BC as a “reed which gives honey without bees.”
During WWII, rationing limited sugar purchases to 8 oz. a week in both the US and the UK.
In late 16th century England, the cost of a teaspoon of sugar was equivalent to more than £103 EGP.
T-Sugars products are “green” – all by-products created by our sugar production are recycled for use in agricultural processes.
Our great-great-grandmothers used sugar to starch their petticoats.
In the 11th century, Crusaders returning from war called sugar “new spice.”
The word “sugar” is derived from the Arabic word “sukkar.”
In 2001, scientists discovered sugar in outer space meteors.
It is widely believed that swallowing one teaspoon of dry sugar is a cure for hiccups.
Placing 3 or 4 cubes of sugar in a suitcase before storing it will help prevent damp odours.
Scientific literature suggests that babies are born craving only one specific taste: sugar.
Sugar is another name for sucrose, a carbohydrate naturally present in all fruit and vegetables.
Brown sugar is said to have anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and coagulant properties.