For hundreds of years, molasses has been a go-to cooking sweetener for anyone making cookies and marinades. Now, organic molasses makes the must-have kitchen fixture an environmentally and socially conscious staple of the spice cabinet. Not only are the sugar cane farmers who produce this molasses paid fairly, but a QR code on the bottle itself allows customers to meet the people who make this product.
Instead of traditional slash and burn techniques, the small farming coops that supply the cane sugar for this product farm sustainably, without generating plant-based carbon or destroying the natural ecosystem around the farms. The mill that processes the hand-cut cane sugar is self-powering, using the cane to generate electricity.
Molasses is made from cane sugar and is high in potassium, iron, and B vitamins.
This molasses is certified organic by the USDA and lasts for up to 2 years when stored in a cool place.