Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Organic Powdered Sugar. Rich and Creamy with a Mellow Smooth Flavor; the Choice of Many Top Pastry Chefs. Certified Organic Non-GMO Kosher Suitable for Vegan Vegetarian. Gives a Toffee Flavor to Baked Goods; Great for Dusting Frostings and Fillings. Made from Imported Ingredients and Packaged in Sugar Land Texas. 1 Pound Pouches (Pack of 6). Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Certified Organic Powdered Sugar is made from 100% certified organic sugar cane grown and produced without the use of herbicides pesticides or chemicals. Our powdered sugar is made by simply grinding our Fair Trade Certified Organic Sugar to a fine creamy powder (12x) and adding 3% organic cornstarch or tapioca to prevent caking. . Unlike refined white powdered sugar with its overpowering harsh chalky sweetness Wholesome's Fair Trade Certified Organic Powdered Sugar retains a bit of the cane's natural molasses to give a smooth mellow and rounded flavor. It is perfect for cookies baking dusting frosting and fillings. Use as a one-for-one replacement for refined powdered sugar. When making simple water icing the organic powdered sugar gives a rich golden honey color and mellow toffee flavor derived from the natural molasses retained in the unrefined unbleached organic sugar. The Fair Trade Certified logo is Wholesome's guarantee that our farmers cooperatives are paid directly for the cane grown and milled. This means that the farmers can compete with factory farms cultivate the quality of their crops send their kids to school and build thriving communities.
"I am allergic to corn, there is not another powdered sugar out there, that I could find without corn starch. I do a lot of baking and this has made my baking much nicer as I can eat what I bake. It is a very good powdered sugar.and I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants organic or has a corn allergy."
"I eat all organic and am used to buying organic sugar. This powdered sugar is problematic because it is lumpy and pellet like, not smooth and powdery. I just ruined a batch of fudge because the powdered sugar was not powdery and I couldn't get the lumps out by stirring. I have bought on several occasions, hoping that the company would work out this problem, but it continues. Advice: If using for something smooth that is not going into food processor, will need to run the sugar through blender or food processor to take out lumps first."