This pure and simple cane sugar alternative is naturally low on the
Glycemic Index (GI), which has benefits for weight control and
improving glucose and lipid levels in people with diabetes (type 1 and
Coconut Sugar is produced from the sweet juices of tropical coconut
palm sugar blossoms. Traditional sugar farmers climb high into the
canopy of swaying coconuts and harvest the sweet nectar by gently
slicing the flower. Once collected, the nectars are kettle-boiled into a
thick caramel and ground to a fine crystal.
Coconut sugar has long been a staple in south East Asian culinary heritage and herbal medicine.