cane molasses

cane molasses

[′kān mə′las·əs]
(food engineering)
The heavy, residual syrup after the crystallization of cane syrup.
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The product segments discussed in the data reports include: Solid refined sugar (flavoured or coloured) Other solid refined sugar Raw beet sugar Raw cane sugar Cane molasses Other molasses Maple syrup and maple sugar The reports help answering the following questions: - What is the current size of the sugar market in the world and in the top 10 global countries?
5 thousand acres production of sugar cane molasses space 4.
The plant will process cane molasses from the Kakira Sugar mill.
In regions where the cane molasses is relatively expensive or unavailable, inclusion of chopped sugarcane may be an alternative to the use of molasses as sugarcane inclusion up to the rate of 30% w/w appears a suitable alternative additive in the ensiling of Panicum maximum for ruminants feeding.
The section on biomaterials and environmental engineering contains papers on topics such as the synthesis of a novel polymer as an antimicrobial finishing agent for cotton, and component analysis of sugar cane molasses stillage sediment.
Petroleum ministry sources told reporter Wednesday price fixation formula in respect of ethanol being extracted by OGRA through sugar cane molasses has not been worked out so far and the subsidy being allowed by the government is major impediment on the way to determination of prices of ethanol.
It is made from glutamic acid, which is usually derived from fermented sugar beet, sugar cane molasses, or corn syrup.
Cockspur Fine Rum, distilled from the best quality island cane molasses and pure spring water filtered by coral stone emanating from the limestone aquifer in Barbados, is an expert blend of superior Bajan rum.
The company also features their traditional Dark Rum--a rich blend of light moist cake, perfectly aged Caribbean rum and island-sweet sugar cane molasses.
It's made from sugar cane molasses from Louisiana, spring water and five times distilled in copper pot stills.
Getting sugar from cane molasses requires chemicals and equipment, and sugar from beets requires the same process but is simplified somewhat because the beets are sliced instead of being crushed by huge rollers as is the case with cane.