Sugar

Granulated sugar C loose food product which is in the form of separate sucrose crystals with sizes ranging from 0.2 to 2.5 mm, intended for sale in shops, industrial processing and other purposes.

The raw material for the production of sugar is mostly sugar beet and sugar cane. Except direct usage of granulated sugar as food, it is also widely used in the food industry for the production of canned milk, baby food, in the biopharmaceutical industry and others. Brown sugar - a cane unrefined sugar.

Brown sugar consists of sugar crystals coated with cane molasses and has natural aroma and color. It is produced due to the special technology of the sugar liquid boiling. Sometimes brown sugar is called "tea" or "coffee" sugar. Brown sugar is recognised by producers as luxury eologically-safe gourmet product.

Powdered sugar is granulated sugar, milled to dustlike form. It is mainly used for the preparation of confectionery products, such as piping sugar.

Sugar cubes (sometimes called sugar lumps) are white or brown granulated sugars lightly steamed and pressed together in block shape. They are used to sweeten drinks.

More information and product specifications can be found in the Agriculture Catalogue.

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Beet sugar, refined, granulated

Beet sugar

Brown lump cane sugar, refined

Lump refined beet sugar

Cane raw sugar

Different types of raw-sugar

Brown sugar

Granulated sugar in 5 kg bags

Beet sugar in 50 kg bags

Beet sugar in 25 kg bags

Beet sugar in 50 kg bags

Beet sugar top grade in 50 kg bags

Sugar cane

Sugar cane plant, raw material

Sugar beet field in Ukraine