All Blog Posts about ‘sugar’

Drying Sugar Beets With a Rotary Dryer for use in Animal Feed

This article was co-authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Drying Sugar Beets with a Rotary Dryer (Drier) for use in Animal Feed

Sugar beet pulp, a by-product of extracting sugar from sugar beets, has been receiving growing attention in agriculture as of late for its value as an alternative to corn silage and because of the many benefits it can offer to livestock producers. And as the Continue reading →

 

Sugarcane Offers Significant Opportunities in Sustainability

This article was co-authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

Bagasse

Sugarcane is an essential crop for maintaining sugar supply around the world, accounting for the lion’s share of sugar production. According to Sugarcane.org, sugarcane is produced in 100 countries throughout the world, with Brazil being the number one producer. In 2012-2013, Brazil alone produced 38 Continue reading →

 

An Introduction to Sugar Drying

This article was authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Sugar Drying

Sugar is a common product found in kitchens worldwide. From its familiar appearance to its unmistakable taste, commercial sugar of today is easily recognizable. But even a staple as basic as sugar requires a great deal of processing in order to create a consistent final Continue reading →

 


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