Bone char is a combination of tricalcium phosphate and granular activated carbon that is used in filtration and decolorization when refining sugar.
Bone char is not found in the diet in any significant quantity and has no reported health effects.
Bone char is produced from cow bones and comes into contact with cane sugar (but is not incorporated into it) during refining. Beet sugar does not use bone char during refining.
White cane sugar, refined cane sugar, brown cane sugar