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El Salvador’s Sugar Cane


Cane suop takes around six hours to change into a thick honey substance, meanwhile the fire must keep burning brightly. Photo: Menjivar
Cane suop takes around six hours to change into a thick honey substance, meanwhile the fire must keep burning brightly. Photo: Menjivar

For many years now, sugar cane has helped El Salvador’s economy by generating thousands of jobs (with very long workdays and insignificant pay). El Salvador has majority of the work is centred around cutting the cane, loading it on big trucks, and hauling it to sugar cane mills where it is transformed into the white powder we all love.

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