Origin of Sugar Cane BY TIGHE RYAN

Have you ever wondered where Sugar Cane originally came from? Read on to find out.
Sugar Cane is said to be indigenous to Oceania and New Guinea
Firstly Sugarcane was introduced to the Pacific islands then made it's way to the Indus.
The Arabs then took it to the Mediterranean area in the 7th Century.
In 500 BC Persia Emperor Darivs bought Sugar cane to Persia with the name "The reed which gives honey without bees"
Nowadays sugar is consumed daily and we should seriously cut down on it.

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