Hello...does anyone know where I can purchase C&H pure cane powdered sugar online or in a retail store? I am in Columbia, SC and have never seen it on the shelves...
I've never seen it, have you done a search on google or anything? Also try their website.
I'm afraid I can't be much of a help, we have one store here in my town that sells the C&H Brand, Meijers. The other stores don't carry it. You may want to call around to some of the smaller grocery chains to check. I went to the C&H web site, doesn't have any search feature to see if they sell in your state. Good luck.
You may want to try Ebay or a search in Yahoo. Have you considered using domino powdered sugar? I use that all the time and never have any problems.
Your local Wal Mart doesn't have it? Ours only carries C&H and the Wal Mart brand. I know you're not in my area. I shop at the WM in Sherman, TX. I assumed that all WM's carried the same brands.
my Wm has it too, it's the only sugar i use
According to their website: They don't sell here in South Carolina. I just had a wonderful friend mail me some from Cali. You can order it from them online though - if you are really interested.
Sometimes our Costco here in California has CH p.sugar .....you might check your Costco or Sams club.......Good luck...it would be quite a savings if you can get it in bulk....and it doesn't spoil.....
Do you have a HyVee grocery store? The Hy Vee brand is pure cane sugar. Says so on the bag. Only ingredients listed are Sugar and cornstarch. Just start reading labels if you cant find the C&H brand.
Thanks everyone; you guys are great! Once I find, will let you know how it turns out.
Here in Michigan, the only place I can find it is Meijers (which I think is only a regional store...I think) and we have a little store called "Hi-lite" that carries it. Sorry, not much help.
There are many brands of cane sugar. The only real difference is where it is grown. C& H is California & Hawaii, both states high in mineral rich volcanic soil which is best for growing most anything. Like the grapes that made the wine I am sipping...