molasses

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Supply Ability:
200,000 Ton/Tons per Year
Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Egypt
Brand Name:
Molasses
use for animal feed:
use for alcohol
high quality:
for exporting
suger cane molasses:
beet molasses
low price:
high quality
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
customized

Specifications

Sugarcane molasses is the liquid product made by evaporating sugarcane juice and removing any crystallized sugar.

  • Sugarcane molasses is the liquid product made by evaporating sugarcane juice and removing any crystallized sugar. The Agricultural Marketing Service of the United States Department of Agriculture sets specifications for molasses grades. Sugarcane molasses is made from sugarcane and not from sugar beets. Producers, suppliers, buyers and consumers use standard specifications to distinguish products.

Grade A

  • U.S. Grade A, also called U.S. Fancy, has a good flavor and good color. The color is bright and typical of molasses processed from mature, sound sugarcane and meets glass color standard Number 1. Grade A is practically free from defects, which means that any extraneous material does not affect the appearance or edibility. Grade A must have a minimum of 79 percent Brix solids and 63.5 percent total sugar, a maximum of 5 percent ash and maximum 200 parts per million sulfites. To be rated Grade A, sugarcane molasses must rate at least 90 points on the scoring system.

Grade B

  • U.S. Grade B, also called U.S. Choice, has a reasonably good flavor and color that meets glass color standard Number 2. Grade B is reasonably free from defects, meaning that any extraneous material does not affect the appearance or edibility. Grade B must have a minimum of 79 percent Brix solids and 61.5 percent total sugar, a maximum of 7 percent ash and maximum 250 parts per million sulfites. Grade B sugarcane molasses must score at least 80 points.

Grade C

  • U.S. Grade C, also called U.S. Standard, has a fairly good flavor and color that meets glass color standard Number 3. Grade C is fairly free from defects, which means that any extraneous material does not seriously affect the appearance or edibility. Grade C must have a minimum of 79 percent Brix solids and 58 percent total sugar, a maximum of 9 percent ash and maximum 250 parts per million sulfites. To be rated Grade C, sugarcane molasses must score at least 70 points.

Substandard

  • Substandard molasses fails to meet the requirements of U.S. Grade C. Substandard grade has less than 79 percent Brix solids, less than 58 percent total sugar, more than 9 percent ash and more than 250 parts per million sulfites.