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Sugar is sucrose, a disaccharide, made up of two sugars (glucose and fructose) bound together, that is naturally made by and found in all green plants. Sugar found in the food supply is harvested from sugar beets and sugar cane.

    • Sugar is a soft commodity, which is produced, traded and consumed all around the world. The sugar cane or sugar beets are the raw materials from which farmers can produce sugar. It is used widely in everything, from food to industrial applications.

    • Sugar can be produced and/or refined many countries and finds its way in different forms, for different purposes to different destinations.

Improves Flavors

Sugars help many foods to be more palatable, improving their flavor and mouthfeel.


They also help foods to last longer, add viscosity and are used as a bulking agent.

Quick Source of Energy

The brain requires around 130g of glucose per day to keep functioning.

International Standard Specifications Accepted

Origin: Brazil.
Packing: In bags / 50 kg.


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Refined White Cane Sugar Icumsa 45

  • Polarity 20ºC: 99.80º.
  • Minimum Sulphated Ash Content: 0.04%.
  • Maximum by Weight Moisture: 0.04%.
  • Maximum by Weight Magnetic Properties: mg/kg
  • Solubility: 100% Dry & free flowing.
  • Granulometry: Fine Standard.
  • ICUMSA: Color 45 ICUMSA attenuation index Units (Method #10-1978).


Refined White Cane Sugar Icumsa 150

(ICUMSA Attenuation Index Units Colour Sparkling White)

  • Polarity at 20°C: 99.70.
  • Min ASH Content: 0.08%.
  • Max Moisture: 0.08%.
  • Max Solubility: 100% dry and free flowing.
  • Granulation: Fine.
  • Magnetic Particles: 4 mg/kg.
  • Sediments: None.
  • Smell: Free of any smell.
  • Reducing Sugar: 0.05% max by weight.
  • SO2: 70 mg/kg Max Substance: Solid, crystal
  • Radiation: Normal, without presence of cesium or iodine.
  • Crop: Available now.

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