Turbinado sugar is a less refined brown sugar that can be used as an ingredient or sprinkled on top of your food for an aesthetically pleasing look. This sugar is sometimes called Evaporated Cane Juice, which is a misleading way to name it. This implies that it has something to do with juice when it is just another type of sugar crystals. Turbinado sugar gets its name from the process used to make it, where the sugar cane juice is spun out in a turbine. While less refined than white sugar, this sugar does not offer any significant health benefits and is mostly swapped out as a replacement for white sugar for aesthetic or flavor purposes, not for its health benefits.