Molasses Commodities

Sugarcane molasses is a viscous, dark and sugar-rich by-product of sugar extraction from the sugarcane.

Molasses varies in the amount of sugar, method of extraction and age of the plant. Sugarcane molasses is primarily used to sweeten and flavour foods.

Molasses is a major constituent of fine commercial brown sugar. It is a major feed ingredient, used as an energy source and as a binder in compound feeds.
Sugarcane molasses is also used for alcohol production (rhum or fuel ethanol) and the distillery process yields vinasses that can also be used in animal feeding.

Different types of molasses vary in color, consistency, flavor, and sugar content.

1. Light molasses
This is the syrup that results from the first boiling. It has the lightest color and the sweetest taste. People commonly use it in baking.
2. Dark molasses
This is the syrup that results from the second boiling. It is thicker, darker, and less sweet. People can use it in baking, but it lends foods a distinct color and flavor.
3. Blackstrap molasses
This is the syrup that results from the third boiling. It is the thickest and darkest type of molasses and tends to have a bitter taste.

Blackstrap molasses is also the most concentrated form, containing the most vitamins and minerals.

The light molasses made from sugarcane are edible and are used in baking and candy-making and to make rum. Blackstrap and other low grades of cane molasses are used in mixed animal feed and in the industrial production of vinegar, citric acid, and other products.

Al Sadek Group of Companies can supply sugar cane molasses in bulk & flexi tank as per buyer’s requirements containing Min TRS 50 % & Brix- Min 80 & above.

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