Description: Powdered sugar is also commonly known as "confectioners sugar" or "icing sugar". It is produced by grinding pure cane sugar into a fine, fluffy powder. The degree of how fine a powdered sugar is signified by the number of X's after its name. Most common of powdered sugar is XXX or XXXX. The more X's, the more fine the powdered sugar. This particular sugar is a 10X which means it is super-fine. Powdered sugar tends to clump over time as it draws moisture. To prevent this from happening, corn starch is added in small quantities. Powdered sugar is most commonly used to make frosting, icing and as a dusting for cakes and cookies. This is not made with bone char.
Moisture: .50% Max
Granulation Size: >94.0% On USS Screen 200
Sucrose vs. Starch: Sucrose = 95% to 98%; Starch = 2.0% to 5.0% Max
- Stored in AIB Superior Rated Facility
This product should be stored under cool, dry conditions within a humidity controlled environment. The industry standard for shelf life of this product, when stored under recommended conditions, is 12 months from date of manufacture.
Note: The information listed above for color, moisture, ash, etc. are averages only. For information on specific lots, please request via our sales department.