C & H Pure Cane Granulated Sugar 10 lbs

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Ran out of sugar a few days ago so we picked up a 10-lb bag of C & H Pure Cane Granulated Sugar at Costco in the weekend.

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Yes, this is the smallest bag of regular C & H sugar you’ll find at Costco.

It takes us a long while to finish the bag….unless I start baking every weekend 😉

The C & H Pure Cane Granulated Sugar is available in a 10-lb bag and priced at $3.99.

Unit price is 39.9 cents/lb.

Item number 222.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • sara

    I doubt we can get this in the Midwest stores – such a shame as you generally find beet sugar.

    • Olli

      Hi Sara,
      What brand of sugar do you see in your Costco store? C&H Cane sugar is very common and available everywhere here in California.
      Regards,
      Olli

      • sara

        In Chicago, the brands are Pioneer and Cargill – the Cargill brand is listed as cane sugar, not pure cane sugar so who knows if it’s 100%. Companies play too many games these days, you have to be paranoid.

        If you had asked me, 2 years ago, I would not have cared but the more I learn about products, the pickier I become. I bake a lot and I’m used to Domino Sugar(I think they make C&H), but I like their brand because it’s extra fine and not the harsh crystals that’s normally available.

        You guys in California are so fortunate – great weather, great products. I was there a couple months ago and was so excited for Diamond Crystal Kosher salt. In the midwest, the common brand is Morton’s – but you can look hard to find DC. I actually went to a specialty butcher for mine.

        • Olli

          hi Sara,
          It’s true that we’ve access to all types of food products here in California. We are very fortunate. It’s a great place to live for those who love to eat and cook!
          Regards,
          Olli

  • DipLord

    My man this sugar is like crack how many taiwanese slaves you got workin da back homie!?