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sugar, canners

sugar, canners' Sugar with a higher standard of microbiological quality control than normal table sugar because some bacterial spores can survive the high temperatures of canning and even small numbers can damage canned food. Similarly bottlers' sugar must be virtually free from yeasts, moulds, and certain bacteria.

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canners sugar

canners' sugar See sugar.

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