sugar refining

sugar refining

[′shu̇g·ər ri‚fīn·iŋ]
(food engineering)
The purification of sugar from sugarcane or sugarbeet by the removal of impurities (vegetable proteins and salts), followed by decolorization and crystallization of the pure sucrose.
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Sugar refining season starts in July and ends in October, while sugar production season begins in January.
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Substantial new capacity for sugar refining is expected to come on stream in the next few years with projects planned in Oman, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Algeria.
The petitioners for this investigation are the American Sugar Coalition and its individual members (American Sugar Cane League (LA), American Sugarbeet Growers Association (DC), American Sugar Refining, Inc.
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In July 1884, the Electric Sugar Refining Company was formed; a contract between the corporate officers and Friend was signed later that year.
The UK-based cane sugar refining giant replied by saying that it would pursue its fight for a 35 million-plus compensation for damages.