Brown sugar. It is not much different from white sugar. In more detail regarding its preparation there are 2 ways. The first is the mixing of white sugar with molasses and the second way is the boiling of the raw sugar from cane which has not been completely cleaned from the molasses residues that it had initially, then crystallization and centrifugation is done to create the brown sugar. Brown sugar is more aromatic and does not dissolve very easily due to the larger crystals that make it up, in drinks and sweets. In terms of caloric content it is the same as that of white sugar as they provide the same calories. In addition to ingredients such as vitamins and minerals in essence it is molasses that gives some extra nutritional value. The ingredients it contains in small amounts are vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, potassium and copper.
The brown sugar we have is of excellent quality.