Cane Juice (evaporated)

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Ingredient NameCane Juice (evaporated)
Ingredient Type Sugar
Wikipedia SummarySugarcane juice is the liquid extracted from pressed sugarcane. Sugarcane juice is obtained by crushing peeled sugar cane in a mill and is one of the main precursors of rum. In the United States where processed sugarcane syrup is used as a sweetener in food and beverage manufacturing, 'evaporated cane juice' is considered by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be a misleading term for 'sugar' on product labels because the FDA regards 'juice' as a liquid derived from fruits or vegetables; the preferred term is 'cane sugar'. Labeling as 'cane sugar' == In food and beverage manufacturing where cane sugar is used to sweeten consumer products, such as in the United States where the FDA regulates the description of ingredients on food labels, the term 'sugarcane juice' cannot be used because it misleads consumers to believe that cane juice is similar to fruit or vegetable juices. Egypt === In Egypt, sugarcane juice is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country.
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