Sugar Beet molasses is the syrupy by-product yielded after the crystallization of sugar from concentrated sugar juice extracted from the roots of sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.). It is viscous, dark, sweet, sugar-rich, with a caramel flavor. Like sugarcane molasses, it is very palatable to livestock. It is a major feed ingredient for all types of livestock including poultry. It is used as an energy source, as an appetizer, as a binder in compound feeds, and as a carrier for other ingredients such as sources of non-protein nitrogen (urea).
|Dry solids weight part||%||78.0|
|Sucrose weight part||%||46.0|
|Total fermentable sugars weight part||%||46.4|
|Total aerobic mesophilic count and optionally anaerobic micro organisms, CFU in1 g, not more than||1,0х105|
|Moulds, CFU in 1 g, not more than||1,5х104|
Beet molasses is widely used in:
⦁ feeding of cattle;
⦁ yeast production;
⦁ spirits production;
⦁ liquor production;
⦁ candy manufacturing;
⦁ bioethanol production.
⦁ Flexi-tank in 20 feet sea containers.
⦁ Tank truck.
Shelf life: 12 months as of the manufacturing date.