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Sugar has been a part of human lives for many generations. This book presents a narrative from sugar's own perspective, based on its own observations of human behaviour throughout its long history. From its humble beginnings in serene natural sugarcane groves, sugar's fate changed dramatically as soon as humans discovered it as a rich source of sweetness for their food and drinks. Thus began sugar's arduous, love-hate relationship with humans, who went on to plant and harvest them at a growing scale, to be consumed and sold among humans.
As time progressed, sugar's adventures at the hands of humans had brought it to many distant lands, with diverse and ever-changing cultures. However, before long, what started off as an adventure of sweetness and love, quickly became a journey fraught with pain and suffering, which led it to reach out to its human friends.