Brown sugar

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Brown sugars

Brown sugar is a type of table sugar. It is made by mixing white sugar with molasses, a sugar byproduct.[1] Brown sugar can either be light or dark depending on how much molasses is in it. Brown sugar can harden after a while out of the package.

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  1. "Molasses: All You Need to Know". The Sugar Association. Retrieved 2021-05-31.