Beet sugar, is a refined plant of Beta vulgarise, it is a plant whose tuber contains a very high meditation of sucrose. This plant is grown typically for sugar production. Sugar Beet is a white, conical and fleshy root with a smooth crown. The plant contains of the sugar beet a rosette of leaves and roots. Sugar is formed from the plant through a process of photosynthesis from the leaves, and then it is stored in the roots. Sugar can characterize between 15 percent and 21 percent of the sugar beet root’s entire weightiness; however, dependent on the growing conditions and cultivator, sugar content can differ from 12% to above 20%.
United States, France, Russia, Germany and Turkey are five largest sugar beet producers of the world's. In 2010-2011, Western Europe, Eastern Europe and North America did not produce sufficient sugar from sugar beet plant; these areas were all net traders of sugar. Sugar beet accounted for 20% of the world's sugar production.
|ICUMSA||45 - 100 RBU|
|Ash content||0.04% Max|
|Solubility||100% Dry & Free Flowing|
|Radiation||Normal w/o presence of caesium or iodine|
|Colour||Sparkling White Crystal|
|Granulation||Fine to Medium|
|Reducing Sugar||0.05% Max by weight|