Tuesday, 21 June 2011

SCIENCE REPORT: Why do we eat sweets?

SCIENCE REPORT

Why do we eat sweets?

By Regan Burrell

We eat sweets because they are very nice and tasty to eat. Sweets are
very good treats. I think that sweets have too much sugar in them.
Sugar comes from sugar canes. Sugar cane only grows in tropical
countries such as Fiji, Australia, Central and South America, Africa,
India, Pakistan and Southeast Asia.There are many different kinds of
sugar, including molasses, treacle, golden syrup, demerara sugar,
brown sugar and white sugar.

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