Billington’s are really a bunch of sweeties…
In 1858, Edward Billington began a trading company in Liverpool,
England. He began by importing tea and coffee for the hungry English
market, it wasn't long until his discontent grew. He added sugar to his
imports list, and history was made (well, for Billington’s at least).
Billington’s of 150 years ago was undoubtedly quite different to the
Billington’s of today – but that hasn’t stopped their superior products,
and partnerships with some of the finest sugar producers in the world.
Their prime example is the island of Mauritius, where Billington’s work
closely with local growers and producers to create the finest natural
cane, brown and golden sugars available.
And fine ingredients mean fine cooking results! Billington’s sugars are
all unrefined, meaning that they have been simply made by pressing out,
cleaning and crystallising the juice from the sugar cane. Billington’s
sugars add colour, texture and flavour. They’re perfect for baking, or
for simply sprinkling over cereal or fruit.
You’ll never look at plain white sugar the same way again – not with Billington’s in the pantry.
Golden Caster Sugar features:
- Produced in Mauritius by local farmers.
- Natural and unrefined: the sugar has been made by pressing out,
cleaning and crystallising the juice from the sugar cane, locking in the
natural taste of sugar cane.
- Golden caster sugar is very versatile, perfect for everyday use and in baking; including shortbread, meringues and sponges.