Low GI Organic Forest Sugar
Low GI Organic Forest Sugar
Low GI Organic Forest Sugar

Low GI Organic Forest Sugar

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Masarang Arenga Forest Sugar is a delicious, USDA certified organic, low- glycemic sugar tapped from the Arenga Pinnata.

It is the healthiest choice of sweeteners that is mineral rich and has lower glycemic load than cane sugar and honey. It is versatile and can be used to replace cane sugar in recipes. It has a naturally creamy caramel taste and a heavenly aroma.

The Arenga tree is also an important environmental  conservation tool. The Masarang foundation provides a livelihood to aborigines who tap the sugar, helping them resist the option to sell forest land to corporations that bring about large scale deforestation.

BENEFITS:

  • 100% certified Organic (USDA & Organic EU Approved)

  • Low Glycemic Index

  • Nutrient-rich: Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Sodium and Copper

  • Vitamin C and B12

  • A healthy energy booster

  • Wonderful caramel taste, naturally creamy and fragrant

  • All Natural, 100% Arenga palm sugar, no additives

  • Eco-friendly with zero waste and a carbon-neutral footprint

  • A high quality sugar dehydrated by the geothermal heat in the Sulawesi highlands. This is very different from traditional methods of collection and burning biofuel that will also contaminate the sugar with insects, smoke and carbon.

  • Supports fair-trade: the best price is paid to the Masarang Foundation and the Farmers.

  • Supports rainforest and wildlife conservation, promotes sustainable agriculture. This sugar helps to fund the work of the Masarang Foundation which has been conserving huge tracts of forest land, protecting wildlife, providing villagers with a livelihood, and educating indigenous people about the importance of preserving their natural heritage.

INGREDIENTS: 100% Arenga Forest Sugar 

USAGE: One to one replacement for cane sugar in recipes

STORAGE: Store in cool and dry place

Expiry date: Dec 2021