Sugar Dbq

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Demand is a driving factor of any business or trade. Without it, a market could not be sustained. Documents 3,4, and 5 share important information about the demand in England. Demand was a driving factor of the sugar trade because of . Sugar’s addictive qualities had made people crave the drug-like substance after tasting it (Doc. 3). Because it is so addictive, the people of England found it difficult to consume sugar because of these cravings, thus causing the demand for sugar to increase. After the introduction of chocolate and tea into the British diet, sugar became more popular because these new products established a connection with sugar (Doc. 4). In other words, chocolate and tea could not be sold without sugar. Because tea was the
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