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Product: Cane Sugar 


Indian & Brazilian Sugar

  • Indian cane sugar refers to sugar that is derived from sugarcane and produced in India. India is one of the largest producers and consumers of cane sugar in the world. Sugarcane is widely cultivated in various regions of the country, especially in states like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat.
  • The production of Indian cane sugar involves several stages. First, the sugarcane is harvested, and the stalks are crushed to extract the juice. This juice is then clarified and filtered to remove impurities. Next, the juice is concentrated through boiling and evaporation to form a thick syrup. The syrup is further processed by crystallization and centrifugation to separate the sugar crystals from the remaining liquid, known as molasses. The sugar crystals are then dried, sieved, and packaged as the final product.
  • Sugarcane is the primary source of sugar in Brazil. It is cultivated in various regions across the country, with the major producing states being São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Goiás, and Paraná.
  • The sugarcane is harvested, and the juice is extracted by crushing the stalks. This juice is then processed to remove impurities and concentrated through boiling and evaporation. The resulting syrup undergoes crystallization and centrifugation to separate the sugar crystals from the molasses. The sugar crystals are dried, refined, and packaged as Brazilian sugar for domestic consumption and export.
  • Please note that while we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, it’s always a good idea to consult reliable sources or check with local authorities for specific details regarding Indian & Brazilian cane sugar production, varieties, or any recent developments in the industry.

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