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Beet processing at a cane sugar factory






BMA Information ( 35): 4-5

Beet processing at a cane sugar factory

Sugarbeet can be grown in Egypt from the Nile delta to the cane fields of central Egypt; extra land is available in this region, and the irrigation requirement is less for beet than for cane. Hence, beet is becoming more important in Egypt and extra processing capacity is being provided, e.g. Belkas sugar factory in the delta, plus expansion of the existing Kafr El Sheik sugar factory. A further option is to modify the northernmost cane sugar factories to process beet after the cane season.


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