When no more sugar can be economically crystallized from the factory liquors and syrups, the final liquor is known as “Molasses”. This is stored in large tanks until collected by customers who use it primarily as a feedstock in fermentation processes, where the end products can be baker’s yeast, or industrial alcohol, or even citric acid. Typically, Nile Sugar molasses is available throughout the year with 80% brix, 62% purity and 7.5 ph. Nile Sugar’s production is 66,000 tons per year.
|Total sugar||52.5% - 55.5%|