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It questions the quality of sugar produced and the evolution of prices of this commodity. It establishes the conditions of its transport and trade. Finally, it studies the different uses of sugar, including in medicins and diets.

The following study analyses the factors behind the spread of sugar cane from the East .

Ouerfelli Mohamed, ‪La production du sucre en Méditerranée médiévale‪. Peut-on parler d’un système esclavagiste ? , Rives méditerranéennes, 2016/2 (No 53), p. 41-59. MLA. Ouerfelli, Mohamed. Full text translations only exist for a selection of articles.

Le Sucre: Production, commercialisation, et usage dans la Méditerranée médiévale Domestic Ideals and Social Behavior: Evidence from Medieval Genoa

Le Sucre: Production, commercialisation, et usage dans la Méditerranée médiévale. Domestic Ideals and Social Behavior: Evidence from Medieval Genoa. In The Family in History: Lectures Given in Memory of Stephen A. Kaplan under the Auspices of the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania. Ed. by Charles E. Rosenberg. Pittsburgh: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1975: pp. 115-43. La ‘scala’ di Spalato e il commercio veneziano nei Balcani fra Cinque e Seicento. Venice: Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Venezie, 1971. Padgett, J. and C. K. Ansell.

The Société Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée (FCM) was a French shipbuilding company

The Société Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée (FCM) was a French shipbuilding company. The Société des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée was founded in 1853 by Philip Taylor and subsequently incorporated in 1856 in the newly established joint stock company Société Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée founded by Armand Béhic. It eventually had shipyards in La Seyne-sur-Mer, near Toulon, and in Graville, now part of Le Havre

The following study analyses the factors behind the spread of sugar cane from the East to the West, the geography of its establishment in the Mediterranean era and reconstitutes the processes of sugar production and the organisation of work in the plantations and medieval sugar factories. It questions the quality of sugar produced and the evolution of prices of this commodity. It establishes the conditions of its transport and trade. Finally, it studies the different uses of sugar, including in medicins and diets. Sugar was triumphant as a food stuff and became an indispensable ingredient in the confectionery and pastry, which decorated the tables of the royal courts. It remained a luxury product reserved for the high society.