The advantages of powdered coconut sugar as a sweetener coconut sugar has many forms.
There are printed coco sugar, liquid sugar and powdered coconut sugar.
Each form of coconut sugar has its advantages. Printed coconut sugar is still considered impractical to use. Printed coco sugar is usually found in the kitchens of houses.
For larger kitchen needs, powder form is the most practical. Finally, with the help of vacuum drying technology. The shape modification was carried out by making coco sugar in powder form.
The results of vacuum drying have better quality because the texture. Also taste and nutritional content contained therein are not damaged by high temperatures.
This powdered sugar is different from crystalline sugar or commonly known as ant sugar.
Coco Granule sugar has a brown color and is crystalline like granulated sugar, while powdered sugar has a white color and is shaped like flour.
Then why is it white?
This is because it is obtained when the intensity of rainfall is low. So the water content in the nira is very low. This powdered sugar is also processed naturally, namely heating the sun, without chemical processes.
Powdered coco sugar is only made by farmers who have the knowledge to make the best sugar.
Coco sugar in powder form can increase the practical value in sering. Because it is easy to pack and carry, long shelf life due to low water content.
The price is more expensive than printed sugar, packaging and transportation is easier, and the taste and aroma is more distinctive, and easy.
Enriched with other ingredients, namely iodine, vitamin A or minerals. Powdered coco sugar also has other advantages, including that it can increase the economic value of coco sugar and can be used as a vegetable creamer.
This white coco sugar is suitable for adding cakes because it does not change the color to dark. Powdered sugar can also be added to drinks and will not change the taste of the drink itself.