Q:

How do I substitute Zulka Morena sugar for regular white sugar?

A:

Zulka Morena Pure Cane sugar can be used as cup-for-cup replacement in any recipe that calls for white sugar. There is no need to make any modifications to the recipe.

Q:

How is Zulka Morena sugar different than white sugar?

A:

Conventional sugar refining methods remove the natural color and depth of flavor that raw sugar cane has.  Zulka Morena Pure Cane sugar is never refined, which helps preserve the fresh, real flavor and natural properties of the sugar cane plant, resulting in a better tasting and less processed sugar.  We also never use any beet sugar.

Q:

Does Zulka have GMOs?

A:

Zulka products have the Non-GMO Project Verification seal, which means they have passed the rigorous testing process established by the Non-GMO Project for GMO avoidance.

Q:

Does Zulka Morena sugar taste different than white sugar?

A:

Zulka Morena Pure Cane sugar is less processed than conventional white sugars, which helps preserve the fresh, real flavor and natural properties of the sugar cane plant.  This results in a sugar that tastes similar to fresh sugar cane.

Q:

How should I store Zulka Morena sugar?

A:

Keep Zulka Morena sugar bags well sealed or in a well sealed container.  Because the sugar is minimally processed, it retains a small amount of the natural cane syrup in it, which results in a sugar with a slightly higher moisture content.  Keeping the bag sealed will keep the moisture and freshness intact longer.

Q:

Why is Zulka sold in a plastic bag?

A:

Zulka sugar is minimally processed, so it retains a small amount of the natural cane syrup in it.  Packaging it in a plastic bag keeps the sugar fresh and helps preserve the natural cane taste.

Q:

Is Zulka vegan?

A:

Some sugars go through a refining process which uses bone char to make it look whiter.  We’re proud to say that Zulka is never refined and does not use animal products in any part of production.

Q:

What is bone char?

A:

Charred cattle bones. Bones are imported from outside the United States and are used as a decolorizing filter to give sugar its white color.

Q:

Does Zulka or Cane Star by Zulka use bone char?

A:

Bone char is not used for any Zulka sugar products.

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