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Relating molasses nonsugar composition to sugar beet quality


Proceedings of the meetings of the Scientific Committee, the Sub Committee ' Colour and Crystallization' and the Sub Committee ' Beet Quality and Storage' held in Bratislava, Slovakia, 15-17 June 1992: 12
Relating molasses nonsugar composition to sugar beet quality
Since 1973, molasses samples from each of Eridania's factories have been thoroughly analysed in the company's central laboratory at Ferrara; the quality of beet processed at these factories varies widely with location. For the different locations and for 20 years, thick juice purities at these factories have been correlated with the concentrations of the main non-sucrose components in molasses.


Accession: 002477486



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