Raw Brown Cane Sugar Grade E ICUMSA 600-1200
Raw Brown Cane sugar is brown sugar also known as ICUMSA 600-1200 which is produced after the first crystallization of sugar cane. Raw sugar is rougher than white sugar, and its colour is brownish. Based upon weight, raw brown sugar from sugar cane, when fully refined, yields contain about 70 percent white sugar. There are more molasses found in natural brown sugar that gives it a higher mineral gratified.
We refine raw sugar to remove the impurities and sell the best quality product to our customer/clients.
Refined Standards to Icumsa 600 - 1200
97.8C to 99.2C
0.15% max. weight
97% Dry & Free Flowing
Normal w/o presence of caesium or iodine
Golden Brown crop 2019 or Later
1.00 - 1.5am/mm
0.05% Max by weight
Brown Cane Sugar
Polarity at 20C
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Explore almost twenty types of refined sugar, starting with the favorite of all sweeteners—the table sugar.
Refined cane sugars in solid form are sold in several crystal sizes, and various moisture and molasses contents.
They contain from 91 to 99.96% sucrose and often have small amounts of invert sugar, which is fructose plus glucose.
The most widely available refined sugars in stores are granulated, powdered, and brown (light or dark) sugars.
Refined cane sugars in liquid form contain from 50 to 80% sucrose, and 20 to 50% invert sugar (glucose plus fructose).
White sugars from cane are produced in various crystal sizes, from coarse (0.75 to 0.6 mm) to medium (0.5 to 0.3 mm) to small-size (0.3 to 0.02 mm).
From the sugars with largest to smallest crystals: sparkling > sanding > granulated > fine > extra fine > superfine > ultrafine > powdered 6X > powdered 10X > powdered 12X > fondant.
Despite their crystals sizes, all-white sugars have the same sweetness and provide the same calories. Finer crystals, such as powdered and fondant sugars, contain 3 percent cornstarch (or tapioca starch) added to prevent lumping.