Refined Sugar

Refined Sugar

Sugar manufacturing involves the process called refining, during which impurities and colored components are removed. The starting product, called raw sugar, is softened and dissolved, then the components are separated to yield the white, pure sugar recognized as table sugar, or pure sucrose. Although refined sugars are believed by many to be the basic table sugar that we add to coffee or tea, there are actually a number of different types.

Refined Sugar Specifications

Icumsa Max 45
Polarization Min 99.80 Degrees
Moisture Max 0.08%
Grain Size Fine


In 50 Kgs bags in containers/break bulk

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