65p65p per kg
The sugar beet we use travels a short distance to the factory (an average of only 28 miles) direct from the fields around Bury St. Edmunds in East Anglia. We work with 1,200 local farmers to grow the beet which is then made into our range of homegrown sugars for families all over the country.
Sustainability is an important part of what we do. At every stage we are committed to reducing energy use, emissions and waste. All our sugar bags are made from recyclable paper, and the way we make our sugar is so efficient, we provide energy to the local community.
Yes we're proud to be the only sugar grown in Britain and that from field to spoon, our sugar travels fewer miles than any other to reach you.
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|Number of servings per pack 250|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (5)
Definite buy, it is what it states and taste sweet. It is not a substitute for sweetener and a little goes a long way. Taste has been consistent throughout the years, great to add to drinks, milkshakes, puddings, cereals etc. Multi purpose. Grains melts with warm or hot water when mixed in.
It's standard sugar but a good price
does what it says on the tin!
Does was it says on the tin
It's sugar... Makes stuff taste sweet.
Normal sugar, good for tea and coffee
I've used both cane sugar and British beet sugar and they taste exactly the same to me, granule size may be a bit smaller - so it would dissolve quicker in tea I guess. Better for the environment - no reason to be shipping sugar across the globe when we are growing it here, and it's good to support our farmers. Stock up while it's cheap.