Sugar is the generic name for sweet-tasting, soluble carbohydrates, many of which are used in food. There are various types of sugar derived from different sources; Sugarcane is one of the major in that. Refined sugar is made from raw sugar that has undergone a refining process to remove the molasses. Raw sugar is called sucrose which is extracted from sugarcane or sugar beet. While raw sugar can be consumed, the refining process removes unwanted tastes and results in refined sugar or white sugar. The first stage is known as affination and involves immersing the sugar crystals in concentrated syrup that softens and removes the sticky brown coating without dissolving them. The crystals are then separated from the liquor and dissolved in water. The resulting syrup is treated either by a carbonatation or by a phosphatation process. Both involve the precipitation of a fine solid in the syrup and when this is filtered out, many of the impurities are removed at the same time. Removal of color is achieved by using either a granular activated carbon or an ion-exchange resin. The sugar syrup is concentrated by boiling and then cooled and seeded with sugar crystals, causing the sugar to crystallize out. The liquor is spun off in a centrifuge and the white crystals are dried in hot air and ready to be packaged or used. The surplus liquor is made into refiners' molasses.
India is the second largest sugar producer after Brazil as of 2016, at present; Brazil has the highest per capita consumption of sugar, followed by Australia, Thailand, and the European Union. In most parts of the world, sugar is an important part of the human diet, making food more palatable and providing food energy. After cereals and vegetable oils, sugar derived from sugarcane and beet provided more kilocalories per capita per day on average than other food groups. According to the FAO, an average of 24 kilograms of sugar was consumed annually per person of all ages in the world in 2000. Even with rising human populations, sugar consumption is expected to increase to 26 kilograms per person per year by 2020.
With heightened and outstripping demand of sugar year on year across the globe, we Bahuvida Limited entered into export and import segment of sugar apart from domestic trade. We are quite renowned for the business of Sugar in the country as well as overseas market. As India's largest trade house of specialty sugar that we supply highest quality sugars like refined sugar, granulated sugar, white sugar, raw/brown sugar in local and global markets, we are among the most famous sugar trader/exporter of the country.
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