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Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South, Southeast Asia, and New Guinea, and used for sugar production. It has stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in the sugar sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk internodes.

In Indonesia, sugarcane juice drink is called minuman sari tebu. The iced sugar cane juice is called es tebu. It is one of traditional drink commonly sold on street-side in Indonesia. The sugarcane plant has been cultivated in Java since ancient times. The earliest record came from a 9th-century inscription dated from Medang Mataram period that describes a sweet drink called Nalaka Rasa which translate as sugarcane juice.

The sugarcane is extracted using a pressing machine to squeeze the sugary sap from sugarcane. The machine might be manually man-powered, fueled with gasoline, or electric-powered. The juice sold there are always served cold with ice cubes. Traditionally, it is sold throughout the country especially among street vendors that set their stall on the street side. However, today sugarcane drink vendors with much-improved hygiene can also be found in food courts in malls and shopping centers.

Vietnam

Sugarcane juice, called nước mía or mía đá, is common in Vietnam as a drink. Other fruit juices may be added to balance the sweetness, such as kumquat or chanh mui. It is sold at street stalls in plastic bags filled with ice or in disposable plastic cups.

Africa

Sugarcane juice is also a refreshing drink in Africa. In Egypt, it is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country. The largest juice shop in Egypt is in Saft El Laban, Giza. Egyptians also mix lemon with asab and let it ferment to produce a fermented variant of the drink. The most highly prized asab comes from Minya, Egypt.

Madagascar

In the eastern region of Madagascar, sugarcane juice is fermented to make an inexpensive alcoholic beverage called betsa-betsa. The drink is popular with locals because it is cheaper than beer.

Pakistan

The government of Pakistan declared sugarcane juice as its national drink.

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Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Sugarcane Sticks - 3 to 5 Lbs.

Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Cut lengthwise to chew on the fibers for a naturally sweet juice. Peel and slice to make “swizzle sticks” to use in iced or hot drinks. 3 Batons. Average Weight of each Baton is approximately 1 Lb. or more.

Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South, Southeast Asia, and New Guinea, and used for sugar production. It has stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in the sugar sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk internodes.

In Indonesia, sugarcane juice drink is called minuman sari tebu. The iced sugar cane juice is called es tebu. It is one of traditional drink commonly sold on street-side in Indonesia. The sugarcane plant has been cultivated in Java since ancient times. The earliest record came from a 9th-century inscription dated from Medang Mataram period that describes a sweet drink called Nalaka Rasa which translate as sugarcane juice.

The sugarcane is extracted using a pressing machine to squeeze the sugary sap from sugarcane. The machine might be manually man-powered, fueled with gasoline, or electric-powered. The juice sold there are always served cold with ice cubes. Traditionally, it is sold throughout the country especially among street vendors that set their stall on the street side. However, today sugarcane drink vendors with much-improved hygiene can also be found in food courts in malls and shopping centers.

Vietnam

Sugarcane juice, called nước mía or mía đá, is common in Vietnam as a drink. Other fruit juices may be added to balance the sweetness, such as kumquat or chanh mui. It is sold at street stalls in plastic bags filled with ice or in disposable plastic cups.

Africa

Sugarcane juice is also a refreshing drink in Africa. In Egypt, it is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country. The largest juice shop in Egypt is in Saft El Laban, Giza. Egyptians also mix lemon with asab and let it ferment to produce a fermented variant of the drink. The most highly prized asab comes from Minya, Egypt.

Madagascar

In the eastern region of Madagascar, sugarcane juice is fermented to make an inexpensive alcoholic beverage called betsa-betsa. The drink is popular with locals because it is cheaper than beer.

Pakistan

The government of Pakistan declared sugarcane juice as its national drink.

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Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Sugarcane Sticks - 10 Lbs.

Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Cut lengthwise to chew on the fibers for a naturally sweet juice. Peel and slice to make “swizzle sticks” to use in iced or hot drinks.

Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South, Southeast Asia, and New Guinea, and used for sugar production. It has stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in the sugar sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk internodes.

In Indonesia, sugarcane juice drink is called minuman sari tebu. The iced sugar cane juice is called es tebu. It is one of traditional drink commonly sold on street-side in Indonesia. The sugarcane plant has been cultivated in Java since ancient times. The earliest record came from a 9th-century inscription dated from Medang Mataram period that describes a sweet drink called Nalaka Rasa which translate as sugarcane juice.

The sugarcane is extracted using a pressing machine to squeeze the sugary sap from sugarcane. The machine might be manually man-powered, fueled with gasoline, or electric-powered. The juice sold there are always served cold with ice cubes. Traditionally, it is sold throughout the country especially among street vendors that set their stall on the street side. However, today sugarcane drink vendors with much-improved hygiene can also be found in food courts in malls and shopping centers.

Vietnam

Sugarcane juice, called nước mía or mía đá, is common in Vietnam as a drink. Other fruit juices may be added to balance the sweetness, such as kumquat or chanh mui. It is sold at street stalls in plastic bags filled with ice or in disposable plastic cups.

Africa

Sugarcane juice is also a refreshing drink in Africa. In Egypt, it is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country. The largest juice shop in Egypt is in Saft El Laban, Giza. Egyptians also mix lemon with asab and let it ferment to produce a fermented variant of the drink. The most highly prized asab comes from Minya, Egypt.

Madagascar

In the eastern region of Madagascar, sugarcane juice is fermented to make an inexpensive alcoholic beverage called betsa-betsa. The drink is popular with locals because it is cheaper than beer.

Pakistan

The government of Pakistan declared sugarcane juice as its national drink.

Our Price: $59.99
Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Sugarcane Sticks - 500 Lbs.

Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Cut lengthwise to chew on the fibers for a naturally sweet juice. Peel and slice to make “swizzle sticks” to use in iced or hot drinks.

Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South, Southeast Asia, and New Guinea, and used for sugar production. It has stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in the sugar sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk internodes.

In Indonesia, sugarcane juice drink is called minuman sari tebu. The iced sugar cane juice is called es tebu. It is one of traditional drink commonly sold on street-side in Indonesia. The sugarcane plant has been cultivated in Java since ancient times. The earliest record came from a 9th-century inscription dated from Medang Mataram period that describes a sweet drink called Nalaka Rasa which translate as sugarcane juice.

The sugarcane is extracted using a pressing machine to squeeze the sugary sap from sugarcane. The machine might be manually man-powered, fueled with gasoline, or electric-powered. The juice sold there are always served cold with ice cubes. Traditionally, it is sold throughout the country especially among street vendors that set their stall on the street side. However, today sugarcane drink vendors with much-improved hygiene can also be found in food courts in malls and shopping centers.

Vietnam

Sugarcane juice, called nước mía or mía đá, is common in Vietnam as a drink. Other fruit juices may be added to balance the sweetness, such as kumquat or chanh mui. It is sold at street stalls in plastic bags filled with ice or in disposable plastic cups.

Africa

Sugarcane juice is also a refreshing drink in Africa. In Egypt, it is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country. The largest juice shop in Egypt is in Saft El Laban, Giza. Egyptians also mix lemon with asab and let it ferment to produce a fermented variant of the drink. The most highly prized asab comes from Minya, Egypt.

Madagascar

In the eastern region of Madagascar, sugarcane juice is fermented to make an inexpensive alcoholic beverage called betsa-betsa. The drink is popular with locals because it is cheaper than beer.

Pakistan

The government of Pakistan declared sugarcane juice as its national drink.

Our Price: $1,000.00
Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Fresh Sugarcane Sticks - 1000 Lbs.

Exotic Fruit Market offers fresh sugar cane grown at our farm in the State of California. No Chemicals and No Fertilizers. Our Sugarcane is available all year long. Our sugarcane is freshly cut from the field. Cut lengthwise to chew on the fibers for a naturally sweet juice. Peel and slice to make “swizzle sticks” to use in iced or hot drinks.

Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native to the warm temperate to tropical regions of South, Southeast Asia, and New Guinea, and used for sugar production. It has stout, jointed, fibrous stalks that are rich in the sugar sucrose, which accumulates in the stalk internodes.

In Indonesia, sugarcane juice drink is called minuman sari tebu. The iced sugar cane juice is called es tebu. It is one of traditional drink commonly sold on street-side in Indonesia. The sugarcane plant has been cultivated in Java since ancient times. The earliest record came from a 9th-century inscription dated from Medang Mataram period that describes a sweet drink called Nalaka Rasa which translate as sugarcane juice.

The sugarcane is extracted using a pressing machine to squeeze the sugary sap from sugarcane. The machine might be manually man-powered, fueled with gasoline, or electric-powered. The juice sold there are always served cold with ice cubes. Traditionally, it is sold throughout the country especially among street vendors that set their stall on the street side. However, today sugarcane drink vendors with much-improved hygiene can also be found in food courts in malls and shopping centers.

Vietnam

Sugarcane juice, called nước mía or mía đá, is common in Vietnam as a drink. Other fruit juices may be added to balance the sweetness, such as kumquat or chanh mui. It is sold at street stalls in plastic bags filled with ice or in disposable plastic cups.

Africa

Sugarcane juice is also a refreshing drink in Africa. In Egypt, it is known as asab and is sold in juice shops around the country. The largest juice shop in Egypt is in Saft El Laban, Giza. Egyptians also mix lemon with asab and let it ferment to produce a fermented variant of the drink. The most highly prized asab comes from Minya, Egypt.

Madagascar

In the eastern region of Madagascar, sugarcane juice is fermented to make an inexpensive alcoholic beverage called betsa-betsa. The drink is popular with locals because it is cheaper than beer.

Pakistan

The government of Pakistan declared sugarcane juice as its national drink.

Our Price: $2,500.00