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Blackstrap molasses may be a lesser known sweetener to many, and its uses are somewhat of a mystery. From baked recipes to delicious sauces, blackstrap molasses can add a depth of flavor like no other sweetener. Blackstrap is one of three types of molasses made from sugarcane. Each boiling of the sugarcane is part of the refining process, in which different nutrients are left behind after each boiling. Light molasses is created from the first boiling of sugarcane; it is lighter in color and is usually from a young sugar cane. This light molasses is sometimes treated with sulphur dioxide, which can act as a preservative.
Our Organic Blackstrap Molasses is produced in South America and is a natural by-product of sugar cane refining. This is a natural, unsulphered product and the consistency may vary. Several types of molasses are available, depending upon the stage from which they are extracted. Blackstrap molasses has a very low GI index, which is a measurement carried out on carbohydrate containing foods and the impact that they have on blood sugar.
Biona Organic Blackstrap Molasses is a natural by-product of the cane sugar refining process. All the nutrients from the sugar and its residue are extracted, leaving you with a rich, sweet molasses. It has a lower sugar content than any other sugar cane product and contains essential vitamins and minerals, such as Calcium and Potassium.