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25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ASR Group, the world's largest cane sugar refining and marketing company, today acquired 50 percent ownership of Europe's second largest cane sugar refinery as well as an equal share in the Italian marketing company that sells its sugar.
Next week the description will be resumed with a notice of the Commercial Varieties of Cane Sugar, detailing the various manufacturing processes followed in bringing each variety to a proper condition for the market.
The firm also provides cane sugar as an ingredient to manufacturers which is not yet included in the Fairtrade conversion plan.
The same large American cane sugar companies that were operating then are still in business and have bought out smaller operations in the United States.
The new demitasse sticks feature flavors such as--Hazelnut, Amaretto, Mocha, Caramel and the original White Crystal pure cane sugar which are designed to sweeten and enhance coffee and tea products.
Sweetening its sodas with cane sugar instead of HFCS "truly differentiates Jones and provides the consumer with a healthier alternative," Peter van Stolk, the company's president and chief executive, said in announcing the switch.
Pure Cane Sugar is a natural ingredient as opposed to HFCS, "and has a positive perception in the consumer's mind," said Jones, which will be selling the product under the name Jones Pure Cane Soda
Comparatively, cane sugar produced in tropical regions costs between $90 and $150 per ton to produce.
Last but by no means least, the bill offers loan guarantees of up to $250 million per project to produce fuel from cellulosic biomass and cane sugar.
Swiss Research, a division of Health Sciences Group, has introduced a new zero calorie sweetener named Shugr, which it describes as tasting like cane sugar and also providing the mouthfeel of cane sugar.
sugars for the pharmaceutical industry, milled from cane sugar.
GuS prefers cane sugar, it is 1/3-2/3 less sweet than a typical soda and offers up flavors like Extra Dry Ginger Ale, Dry Valencia Orange or Dry Meyer Lemon.