Stock up on bulk granulated sugar. White sugar or granulated sugar is a refined multi-purpose sugar that is made from sugarcane and sugar beets and is widely used in baking and cooking. Since 1917, Baker's Authority has been distributing over 6,000 wholesale and home bakery products. Choose from our selection of granulated sugar available in bulk or home use.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What types of granulated sugars do you offer for commercial baking?

    • We provide a range of granulated sugars tailored for commercial bakers, including white granulated sugar, superfine caster sugar, organic granulated sugar, and raw cane sugar, among others.
  • How does the grain size of the sugar impact my baked goods?

    • The grain size can affect the texture, rise, and overall outcome of baked items. Finer grains dissolve faster and are ideal for delicate confections, while coarser grains can offer a distinct texture and are often used for items like cookies.
  • Do you offer bulk purchasing options for granulated sugars?

    • Absolutely! At Baker's Authority, we understand the large-scale needs of commercial bakers, and thus, we offer bulk purchasing options for all our granulated sugars.
  • How is your organic granulated sugar processed?

    • Our organic granulated sugar is sourced from certified organic sugar canes and processed without the use of synthetic chemicals or GMOs. This ensures a pure, clean taste and sustainable farming practices.
  • Is there a difference in sweetness levels among the various granulated sugars?

    • All our granulated sugars offer the same level of sweetness. However, the flavor profile may slightly differ, especially between white granulated sugar and raw cane sugar, due to the minimal processing of the latter.
  • Do you provide any granulated sugar alternatives for health-conscious bakers?

    • Yes, we do. We have a selection of alternative sweeteners, including coconut sugar, stevia-based granulated sugars, and monk fruit sweeteners that cater to different dietary and health preferences.
  • How should granulated sugar be stored in a commercial baking environment?

    • To ensure freshness and prevent clumping, granulated sugar should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from humidity. We recommend using airtight containers for bulk quantities to extend shelf life.