Origin of cane sugar
Examples from the Web for cane sugar
The taste is very pure, and more quickly communicated to the palate than that of cane-sugar.
Cane-sugar is more soluble than the latter, and has twice the sweetening power.A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene|Joseph Chrisman Hutchison
One of these, widely used in the United States, in both the beet and cane-sugar industries, is known as “Blankit.”
Continuous presses for beet were suggested by the roller-mills used in the cane-sugar industry.
The sugar-beet is extensively cultivated, in spite of the great trade resulting from the cane-sugar industry of the East Indies.Commercial Geography|Jacques W. Redway