No, the brown sugar is brown because it comes from an earlier stage in the refining process. later to obtain white crystals all sorts of rather dodgy techniques are used that basically remove the nutritional elements like Iron from the sugar converting it into empty calories, so stick to the brown!
Brown sugar is simply the product that often gets turned into white sugar later. Brown sugar gets its distinctive coloring and texture from the molasses that is still present. Because molasses contains water, brown sugar is usually a little bit “soft” or moist.
Natural brown (raw) sugar is the raw sugar that is produced after the very first crystallization of the sugar cane, and usually has a higher molasses content than brown sugar.
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