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Organic Panela | 1 kg

£5.50*

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  • Cane sugar
  • The original made in Columbia
  • From 100% organic farming
Variety: Organic Panela | 1 kg
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This product is expected to arrive on 29.08.2022

BBD: 29.02.2024

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It feels like they are always emerging new and exotic types of sugar. We don't want to be behind this trend so here is a new member of the sugar family: panela!

The golden and unrefined sugar from Columbia is manufactured from cane sugar. The taste is full-bodied and has a slight molasses taste. The cane sugar gets harvest and afterwards the sugar cane juice is pressed out of it with the help of a sugar mill. Afterwards the water evaporates and the whole mass becomes a thick sirup. The sirup is then filled into a form and hardens out into a block. Originally these blocks are sold in Columbia and the sugar is used to sweeten tea and coffee. Before it get's delivered to your home though, we pulverise it so you can sweeten up your porridge, rice pudding or bake with it.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1339 / 320
Fat 0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 84 g
thereof sugar 84 g
Dietary fiber 0 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g
Product number: ZUCKER_003
Origin Colombia
Organic Origin Non-EU agriculture
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335838334
Organic control body & Organic origin
PL-EKO-07
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 100 % whole cane sugar* *from organic farming
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, other TREE NUTS and SESAME.
Best before date 29.02.2024
Trade Name Organic whole cane sugar
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Questions & answers: Organic Panela | 1 kg
We recommend you to store Panela in a cool and dry place. In the original sealed package it will keep for at least 12 months.
Panela is the name for a whole cane sugar originally from Central and South America. It is a little-processed sugar variety that scores with its incomparable caramel, slightly fruity and malty taste. Unlike some other types of sugar, panela is also very versatile: On the one hand, it can be used to sweeten all kinds of baked goods and desserts, and on the other hand, it dissolves completely in cold and warm liquids.
Yes, the sugar cane from which panela is obtained comes from organic farming.
Panela consists of 85% sucrose, since it is not a synthetic sugar substitute. Due to the high sucrose content, Panela influences the blood sugar level. It depends on the concrete manifestation of the disease and cannot be classified as "suitable" or "unsuitable" in general. It is best to seek medical advice.
What both types of sugar have in common is that they are obtained from the sugar cane and not, for example, from the sugar beet. In the case of whole cane sugar, the sugar juice is simply pressed out of the cane, boiled down to syrup and then ground. To produce raw cane sugar, the thickened mass of sugar juice is further enriched with sugar crystals and then washed. Raw cane sugar is therefore a type of refined sugar. The differences in production then also explain the differences in appearance and taste: whole cane sugar is brown and tastes of molasses, caramel and slightly malty. Raw cane sugar, on the other hand, is much lighter in color and more neutral in taste. The caramel taste of whole cane sugar goes great with rice pudding or banana bread. If you want to sweeten with a more neutral taste, take a look at our raw can e sugar.
Because panela has the same sweetening power as conventional refined sugar, you can replace it 1:1 with panela.
Use panela in the same way as you would use regular granulated sugar. So you can sweeten your coffee or tea with it, you can make desserts and bake pastries and cakes. However, Panela tastes a little different: caramel, slightly malty and fruity. These notes go 1A with rice pudding or pancakes, for example. If you are looking for a neutral-tasting sweetener, check out raw cane sugar or tapioca syrup.
100 g of panela come to 320 kcal. In contrast, 100 g of raw cane sugar have 396 kcal. So you can say that panela has fewer calories. Nevertheless, it is sugar that affects your blood sugar level. Erythritol, for example, is a sugar alternative that, due to its polyhydric alcohols that are not broken down, neither has many calories nor causes blood sugar levels to rise sharply.
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Sophie L.  | 11.05.2022

Very good quality-price ratio

Very complete sugar that I use to make my fruit kefir

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Anonymous  | 23.02.2022

good product

good sugar alternative

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Anonymous  | 31.01.2022

Shared opinion

I like the caramel flavor of the panela very much to sweeten, but my friend prefers raw cane sugar for coffee and tea. Tastes are different, but to test I wanted to buy this product times and will approach me a little further and maybe use it in baking times.

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Anonymous  | 08.01.2022

Not quite cheap but the investment has

Not quite cheap but the investment was worth it. I like the taste very much, reminiscent of caramel. Is not as sweet as brown or white sugar. Tastes great in coffee! Soon I'll try to bake with it.

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Anonymous  | 15.12.2021

The amount makes the poison clear purchase recommendation!

I switched to this sugar for a year and am thrilled. We have already reduced our sugar consumption very much but if it may be a cake or a dessert then this sugar is delicious and even healthy!

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Anonymous  | 10.12.2021

Great substitute to the conventional sugar! Looks and

Great substitute to the conventional sugar! Looks and tastes really good!

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Anonymous  | 27.11.2021

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Anonymous  | 17.11.2021

Satisfied

I like its almost impalpable consistency, it has a slightly caramel taste but not too intense... It melts well even in cold liquids, I love it.

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Anonymous  | 27.10.2021

Beautiful product! Quite soft and on the

Beautiful product! Quite soft and on the spoon like flowing. Very tasty!

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Anonymous  | 24.10.2021

yep

yep

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