Many people believe that organic coconut sugar is a super product. It is true that coconut sugar is healthier and tastes better than regular white and brown sugar. But the quality of coconut sugar will only be better than those regular sugars if you store this product properly.
There are some factors that will reduce your coconut sugar’s quality. Those ‘factors’ will attack your coconut sugar if you don’t store this product in the right way. What are those dangerous factors you need to be aware of?
Threats for Your Organic Coconut Sugar
The good thing about coconut sugar is it won’t spoil. But you still have to store this product properly since some environmental factors can reduce the sugar’s quality. Those factors are:
Bugs love some spices. Coconut sugar is a famous spice for many bugs, especially ants. If you don’t want the ants and the other bugs to attack your organic coconut sugar and cause some health problems, store your coconut sugar inside an airtight container.
Moisture is not able to make your sugar mold. However, moisture is still an enemy for coconut sugar since it makes your coconut sugar form hard clumps. Those clumps are actually not bad to eat, but those clumps will make you feel inconvenient when you use and cook them.
3. The other aromas
If you don’t store your coconut sugar properly, this product will absorb the aromas of the other items, especially the ones that you place close to the sugar. This is going to affect the taste and smell of your coconut sugar.
One thing you need to know about organic coconut sugar is that it doesn’t spoil. But some things can reduce the sugar quality. You need to keep the quality of this coconut sugar by storing this product inside an airtight container or a sealed bag before you place the sugar inside your pantry or cabinet.