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    Sugarcane is actually a type of grass. The grass forms fibrous tall jointed stalks which are rich in sugar; as early as 3,000 BCE, people in India were crushing the stalks to get juice and then evaporating the juice to create sugar crystals. Throughout Southeast Asia and the Middle East, cane sugar was used for centuries before it was introduced to Europe, where honey had been the only available sweetener. Shortly before 1000 CE, sugarcane was under cultivation in Spain, and the Spanish brought sugarcane with them to their Caribbean colonies, where it became a linchpin in the so-called “Triangular Trade” of slaves, sugar, and rum.

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