- sugar obtained from sugar cane, identical with that obtained from the sugar beet.Compare sugar(def 1).
Origin of cane sugar
First recorded in 1850–55
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The manufacture of cane-sugar has been an industry of Louisiana for more than a century.
Which of the possessions of the United States are adaptable for cane-sugar?
The cotton and cane-sugar are grown in the middle coast region.
The influence which it has on the nerves of taste is only different from that of cane-sugar.
Lactose exists in milk and has the same formula as cane-sugar.Encyclopedia of Diet
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