Beet Molasses

Beet Molasses

 

a feed syrup that is a by-product of beet-sugar production; a dark brown viscid liquid with a characteristic odor.

A carbohydrate feed, molasses is used in feeding livestock. It contains 20–25 percent water; about 9 percent nitrogenous compounds, primarily amides; 58–60 percent carbohydrates, primarily sugar; and 7–10 percent ash. Molasses is a good means of seasoning coarse and concentrated feeds and is added to many mixed feeds. It is used as a binder in grinding feeds.

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Sugarcane and beet molasses is used in the fermentative production of ethanol.
In Pennsylvania's Butler County, they're trying out a product called Beet Heet, made of processed sugar beet molasses, for anti-icing purposes.
Raw materials like sugar, corn, sugarcane or sugar beet molasses are majorly used in the fermentation process.
The project aims at producing 100,000 t/y of bio-ethanol from sugar beet molasses that will be mixed with around 10-15% of benzene.
Phenolic compounds responsible for beet molasses wastewater colour are partly removed (63% removal) during aerobic-anoxic treatment process, but the colour removal accounts for only 8-23% (Kalyuzhnyi et al.
Organic wastes, apple peels and pomace, grape pomace, banana extract, sugar cane baggasses and sugar beet molasses have also been used to produce citric acid [3, 12, 13, 14].
Sugar beet molasses, as by-product of sugar production, is commonly used as substrate for ethanol and yeast biomass production.
Furthermore, proposals from the parliament's environment committee that ingredients other than grain, potatoes or sugar beet molasses be listed on large labels, with lettering two-thirds as large as the word 'Vodka', were voted down.
Other studies have also reported estrogenic activity in cane and beet molasses (Feldman et al.
3 million tons of beet pulp, beet molasses and desugared beet molasses to the livestock, dairy and poultry industries.
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The Poles indicated they now accepted 'vodka' can be made from sugar beet molasses.