bone char


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bone char

[′bōn ‚chär]
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WOULD PURCHASE YOUR FAVORITE DESSERT CONTAINING SUGAR WHITENED THROUGH A BONE CHAR FILTER, IF BONE CHAR IS NOT IN THE SUGAR 21% Total 3% Vegans 21% All Vegetarians including vegans 20% Vegetarians not including vegans All those that eat one or more vegetarian meals per week, not including vegetarians/vegans.
companies still use cow bone char as the preferred filter for cane sugar.
Refined Sugars was one of the companies bought out by Domino, which uses bone char for most of its sugars.
Imperial Sugar produces a turbinado sugar that has not been processed through bone char.
Sugar Corporation, uses a 'new' sugar refining process that does not involve bone char.
Hundreds of years ago, sugar refiners discovered that bone char from cattle worked well as a whitening filter, and this practice is now the industry standard.
Bone char filtering is never used in beet sugar processing.
A bone char filter acts like a crude filter and is most often used first in cane sugar refining.
The bone char is not as good at removing impurities such as inorganic ions, so after being put through bone char, sugar may be passed through activated charcoal or an ion exchange system as well.