Silver Spoon White Granulated Sugar 500g

55p £1.11 per kg
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A finer grain that's easy to mix in, trapping more air for lighter sponges

Manufacturer Marketing

By Appointment to HM The Queen Manufacturers of Sugar, British Sugar plc Peterborough

Features

Proudly grown in Britain, For your everyday ta-dah!

Further Description

We work directly with 1,200 British farmers in East Anglia to grow our sugar beet.
The sugar beet then travels directly from farm to local factory - an efficient journey from field to spoon.
In just a few simple steps our factory in Bury St Edmunds turns the sugar beet into our range of homegrown sugars!

Sustainability is nothing new to us - we've been working on it for 30 years. Our sugar beet is homegrown and our bags are recyclable made with paper from certified forests. We send nothing to landfill and our excess production energy helps to power British homes

Brand

Silver Spoon

Manufacturer

Silver Spoon,
Sugar Way,
Peterborough,
PE2 9AY,
UK.

Return To Address

It's our job to get this sugar to you in perfect condition. But if you're not happy with it, send it back to the Customer Services address on this pack, telling us where and when you bought it. This won't affect your statutory rights.
Silver Spoon,
Sugar Way,
Peterborough,
PE2 9AY,
UK.
www.silverspoon.co.uk

Package Type

Bag - Paper

Recycling Information

Bag - Paper - Widely Recycled

Other Information

Full Product Name:
Granulated Sugar

Storage:
Sugar is a natural preservative so store me in a cool dry place so I keep indefinitely.

Usage:
125 Servings

Origin:
Proudly grown in Britain

Additional Information:
FSC® - Mix, Paper, FSC® C008015

Recipes

Sugar Inspiration: No.21
Raspberry Mojito Mocktail

100ml Lime Juice
100g Raspberries
80g granulated sugar
800ml Boiling Water
8 Fresh Mint Leaves

Mix the lime juice and raspberries together using a hand blender.
In a separate jug pour boiling water over the sugar and stir to dissolve. Add to the lime and raspberry mix along with the mint leaves. Leave in the fridge for at least an hour to chill.
Strain the mix through a sieve before serving to remove the raspberry pips and mint leaves.
Once the mix is well chilled pour into a glass over ice and add some mint to decorate.

Nutritional Data

Typical ValuesPper 100gPer Serving: 1tsp (4g)
Energy kJ1700kJ68kJ
kcal400kcal16kcal
Fat 0g0g
of which Saturates 0g0g
Carbohydrate 100g4g
of which Sugars100g4g
Protein 0g0g
Salt 0g0g
Number of servings per pack 125