The origins of Florida Crystals trace back five generations, when the Fanjul family began sugar farming and production in Cuba in the 1850s. After the communist takeover of Cuba, Alfonso Fanjul led the effort to reestablish the business in the rich and fertile soils of South Florida in 1960. Today Florida Crystals is a leading domestic sugar producer and North America’s first fully integrated cane sugar company, guiding our sugar from the field to the table. We are America’s first and only producer of certified organic sugar, grown and harvested in the United States, and the first sugar certified CarbonFree by Carbonfund.org. Our renewable energy facility is the largest of its kind in North America and provides clean energy that powers our sugar operations and tens of thousands of homes, which helps us reduce our use of fossil fuels.
- Delicious pure Florida cane sugar
- Perfect for use in all your favorite recipes
- Great for sweetening coffee and tea
- Rich, bold flavor
- Product of the USA
I have been using this product for over a year now and it works for our family very well. However, I noticed that the priced listed here is well beyond what I pay for it at my local supermarket. I can get the same volume listed for $15. Just thought I’d let you all know.
I rec’d the package today! Not only did it come quickly, they sent me 6 containers instead of 3. Not going to complain!! This sugar is so good! It has an almost brown sugar scent and taste, nothing like store garbage sugar. I will be infusing it with vanilla beans and botteling it as wedding favors for my guests. They are going to love it!!!
Florida Crystals is the best tasting sugar I have ever had. I was looking for a natural, less processed, and great tasting sugar for canning and I found it. Also great in coffee.
I have issues with most artificial sweeteners causing headaches and stomach problems. I’m not a fan of high fructose corn syrup either. So I’m back to natural cane sugar for sweetening things. I like the plastic storage container this sugar is stored in compared to the cellophane bags each pound in wrapped in by a competitor. However I’m not sure the plastic is the healthiest method.
This cane sugar on sale usually is a cost effective option at around fourteen bucks but still more expensive than plain old granulated sugar at the local store some of which is cane or beet sugar. I’m not sure if my sugar-gobbling kids were always at home I’d be buying this… 10 pounds every two weeks with them vs 10 pounds a year for me. Although most times I drink my teas and coffees without sugar, when I do crave something sweet adding a spoonful or two hits the spot and seems to last forever. Just do your comparison shopping as there are some WILD price ranges.