Q: Why does brown sugar get so hard
All brown sugar will dry out over time as the moisture in it begins to evaporate.
This can result in hard, clump sugar. Changes in the climate can be another factor affecting the consistency of sugar.
Even though the sugar gets dry and hard, it is not harmful and is still safe to consume. We suggest storing your sugar
in an airtight container in a moisture-free environment. For long term storage we reccomend keeping brown sugar in the refrigerator
Q: How do I soften hard brown sugar?
The simplest method to soften hard brown sugar is to put an amount of the hard sugar in a microwave
safe bowl and cover with plastic. Heat in the microwave on high for 30 second increments until the sugar is soft.
Q: Does sugar ever expire?
There is nothing
in sugar that "goes bad" in a traditional sense. Brown sugar will harden over time, but is still edible if
softened. The shelf life of powdered and granulated sugar is indeffinite. Most retail chains require a 2-year
best by date to be printed onto the bags, but the product will be safe to eat even after that date.
Q: Is sugar Gluten Free?
Our sugar products
are all gluten free.
Q: Do you package any peanut
or other nut products in your facility?
None of the FDA top 8 allergens are present
in our manufacturing process, nor are they stored on site.