Cranberry Sugar


Natural Native Sugars

Enjoy the taste of pure cane sugar and dried fruit – nothing else but so much more! Native Americans derived sugar from a variety of sources including berries like blackberriesraspberries, or blueberry. Cranberries were used as a food, sugar, curative, and preservative by everyone from Native Americans to World War II soldiers.

What About the Cane Sugar?

Later, newcomers to North America brought cane sugar with its distinctive flavor and tangled past. Together, the fruit sugars of the Native Americans and the European brought cane sugar represent the blend of traditions and cultures that forged America. They’re delicious on cereal, in smoothies, on baked goods… a staff favorite is to enjoy them on french toast!


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