Organic Brown Sugar
Basically, brown sugar contains between 3% to 7% molasses as is naturally moist. Brown sugar particles are in most cases less granulated than white sugar particles. Nutritionally, brown sugar has a lower calorie value mainly because of the presence of water. It however packs more densely than white sugar. On average, a hundred serving of brown sugar contains 97g sugar, 0.12g fat, 94.5g sucrose and 1.3g water. It does not contain any fats at all. There are different types of brown sugar, depending on manufacturing process.
Raw sugar (not white sugar turned into brown sugar) is widely used in baking and making of sauces where it replaces white sugar. This is mainly because brown sugar contains adequate amounts of minerals. Note that white sugar contains reduced minerals as a result of refining processes. There has been of late debate on whether there are any health and beauty benefits derived from consumptions and use of brown sugar. While those against brown sugar indicate that brown sugar is the same as white sugar, those for put forward several benefits that accrue. The fact however is the two different manufacturing processes produce sugar of different values and health benefits.