Why should you use Organic, unsulphured blackstrap molasses? Molasses is a popular health food and can be used as a substitute for sugar. Sugar cane grows deeply into the soil, and because of this it contains many minerals, vitamins and trace elements. Molasses is the syrup that remains after the sugar has been extracted from the juice. Blackstrap is made from the third boiling of the sugar cane, therefore extracting all the goodness from the cane.

Blackstrap molasses is a thick dark syrup. Research has demonstrated the superior nutrition provided by blackstrap versus light or dark molasses.

During the processing of sugar cane or the production of molasses, sulphur dioxide can be used for a variety of reasons.  The sulphur dioxide is used to lighten the colour or to help extend the shelf life of the molasses. Also, during the early stages of harvesting it may also be used to help with the processing of sugar cane. Although there is no definitive research to demonstrate the health benefits of unsulphured, there is reason to believe potential health risks of sulphur dioxide in food processing and its relation to sulphite allergy. Environmentally, sulphur dioxide contributes to the production of acid rain.

Organic Times Blackstrap molasses is organically produced, nutrient dense and with no added sulphur. 

Pure Unsulphured Organic Times Blackstrap Molasses

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    Why you should use Organic Times Blackstrap molasses Australian made. - Certified organic by NASAA (Organic Cert. No. 3412P). - Improves your diet by replacing refined sugars. - Contains a significant amount of vitamins and minerals. - Naturally containing iron, manganese, copper, potassium and magnesium. - NO harmful additives, pesticides or herbicides. - NO suphur used in the process, which means that no allergic chemicals have been used in processing. - Vegan. - Gluten free. - Fairtrade. - Eco-friendly. - 450g per jar Suggested Uses: - Baking. - A delicious topping for desserts. - Granola making. - Additive to homemade goods such as BBQ sauce, chutneys, baked beans. - Marinades. - Used to sweeten drinks. Molasses is a popular health food and can be used as a substitute for sugar. It is not as sweet as sugar and has a bitter-sweet flavour.