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The Global Sugar Industry 2009/2010
"The End of Cheap Food"

Our Summary Report's Notes:

Abbreviations and Explanatory Notes Introduction: • • • • Sugar Definition Sugar Cane Definition Sugar Beet Definition Ethanol from Sugar Definition



Factors impacting sugar to ethanol viability
The EU converts refined sugar to ethanol Market

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Production and consumption Production capacity Use of raw material Brazilian Sugar

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Producing Brazilian Sugar Types of Brazilian Sugar for Export Brazilian Ethanol Production Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Indus Industry U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol Comparison International Sugar Organization (ISO) The Global Alliance for Sugar Trade Reform and Liberalization World Food Price Inflation in 2007/2008 (FAO Report Review) Sugar(World Production - Supply and Distribution)

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PRODUCTION World production and consumption of sugar Industry structure and development Sugar Futures and Options Trading

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The Role of the Exchange Trading Sugar Options ISO World Sugar Market Review

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Abbreviations and Explanatory Notes

ACP African, Caribbean and Pacific States

Affination

Production of a magma by mixing sugar with syrup and then centrifuging the magma with or without washing

Affined sugar

Sugar purified by affination

After product sugar

Sugar of the final crystallization stage (C sugar) gar Alkalinity In the product streams of a beet sugar factory, the result of a titration with standardized acid solution to a phenolphthalein endpoint or equivalent pH, expressed as g CaO per 100 ml Alkalinity, effective

The solid residue left after incineration in the presence of oxygen (crude ash, carbonate ash). he In analysis of sugar products, sulfuric acid is added to the sample, and this residue as sulfated ash heated to 800 °C is taken to be a measure of the inorganic constituents. of Sometimes determined indirectly by measure of the electrical conductivity of solutions of the products. Alliance for Sugar Trade Reform and Liberalization The Global Alliance for Sugar Trade Reform and Liberalizations was es established during in November 1999 when members (Australia, Brazil, Canada Chile, Canada, Colombia, India, Guatemala, South Africa and Thailand) agreed and signed a communiqué calling for WTO agreement on agriculture that includes positive, progressive and meaningful reform of the world sugar market by ensuring that meaningful sugar is included as an important element of the agricultural trade agenda. Availability of processing plant capacity, and the weather Both influence the duration of harvesting and processing - the industry can lay up dustry harvested beet until processed, but a frost damaged beet becomes effectively frost-damaged unprocessable.

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Bagasse The residue obtained after crushing cane in a mill is known as bagasse. Depending on the number of the mill it is referred to as first mill bagasse, second first mill bagasse, etc. After a diffuser the residue is called diffuser bagasse. The final residue from a milling train or from the dewatering mills of a diffusion plant is called final bagasse or simply, bagasse. Bagasse Extract The liquid fraction decanted from the bagasse after blending with water in the colddigester. Bear Market: A market in which prices are declining declining.

Beet Sugar beet root, botanically the thick main root with hypocotyls in which sugar is stored. Beet brei Beet sample prepared for analysis...
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