Sugar Exporter in India

Sugar Exporter In India


Sugar Exporter In india

We offer our customers Indian Origin and Brazil Origin Sugar.

We are  sugar exporter in India RAW SUGAR is manufactured from the natural juice extracted by crushing the sugarcane. The juice is then mixed with lime to achieve the desired ph balance and to help settle out impurities. Reduction of this solution through evaporation produces a solid mass that is passed through centrifuge to get sugar crystals. It is then dried further to produce granules. This Sugar is Light Brown in colour and is called RAW SUGAR. The brown colour of Raw Sugar is due to presence of Molasses. Raw Sugar is the most natural sugar. Raw Sugar is in light, golden brown crystals that has a mild caramel taste. Crystals that form in the liquid are granules called Raw Sugar. After going through filtration and hot water washes, the sugar contains 96% sucrose and 4% plant materials contained in the mother liquid. Vacuum drying this product leaves a golden brown colour and sweet taste but little nutritional value, except for calories from the carbohydrate content. The Raw Sugar can either go to consumer or to the refinery for further processing. After filtering out plant trash and raw sugar crystals, the millers slowly evaporate the liquid, resulting in a rich brown mixture called molasses. Molasses contains 46% dissolved sucrose and other sugars, 3% protein, small amount of minerals like calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and sulphur;  trace elements such as copper, iron, manganese,  zinc and B- Vitamins. Molasses is used for both human and animal consumption. Producers may mix it with Raw Sugar to facilitate transport to refinery or with White Sugar to yield Brown Sugar.

BROWN SUGAR is simply refined White Sugar with molasses syrup mixed in, and then dried again. It is dark in colour and stickier in texture and has a definite caramel taste. The amount of molasses added depends on the producers, but you could expect light brown sugar to contain 3.5 % molasses, while dark brown sugar might contain 6.5 % molasses. Brown sugar imparts the taste of molasses to recipes and adds moisture to make a softer texture.    

WHITE SUGAR is produced by adding sulphur dioxide to sugarcane juice before it gets evaporated. This gas does the bleaching of the juice so that it does not turn brown and produces White Sugar. At later stages phosphoric acid, calcium hydroxide or carbon dioxide is added to absorb impurities. This juice is then filtered through a bed of carbon and then crystallized in a vacuum many times. Finally the crystals are left to dry on their own to get White Crystals of sugar. This goes to grinding machine that produces different sizes of granules for use in household and commercial cooking and flavouring.


1] Product

Sugar S 30

Sugar M 30

2] Origin




100 RBU to 150 RBU

100 RBU to 150 RBU

4]ICUMSA Colour

80 to 100

95 to 105

5] Crystal Size

0.80 to 1.20 mm

1.40 to 1.70 mm

6] Ash Content

0.50 % Max

0.40 % Max

7] Moisture

0.50 to 0.70 % Max

0.40 to 0.60 % Max

8] Solubility

100 % Free Flowing

100 % Free Flowing

9] Granulation

Fine Free Flowing

Fine Free Flowing

10] Polarization

99.5 % Min

99.50 % Min

11] Colour

Sparkling White

Sparkling White

12] Substance

Solid Crystal

Solid Crystal

13] Smell

Free of Any Smell

Free of Any Smell

14] Packing

In 50 kg

In 50 kg

15] Load Ability

25 MT in a 20 Feet Container

25 MT in a 20 Feet Container

16] Minimum Order Qty for Export

12500 MT

12500 MT

17] Minimum Order Qty for Local Sales

100 MT

100 MT


1] Product

ICUMSA 45 White Refined Sugar

2] Origin


3] Ash Content

0.40 % Max by weight

4] Moisture

0.04 % Max by weight

5] Magnetic Particles

4 mg/kg

6] Solubility

100 % Dry and Free Flowing

7] Granulation

Fine Standard

8] Polarization at 20 Deg C

99.80 Min

9]Max AS

1 ppm

10] Max OS

2 ppm

11] Max CU

3 ppm

12] Colour

Sparkling White

13] SO

20 mg/kg

14] Reducing Sugar

0.010 % Min in dry mass

15] Radiation

Normal, w/o presence of cesium or iodine SO2, Certified

16] Substance

Solid, Crystal

17] Smell

Free of any Smell

18] HPN Staph Aureus per 1 gm


19] Microbiological Limits

A] Pathogenic Bacteria including Salmonella per 1 gm

B] Bacillus per 1 gm




20] Pesticides Traces Max mg/kg basis

DDT 0.005, Photoxin 0.01

Hexachloran- Gamma Isomer 0.005


Colour 45 ICUMSA attenuation index limits max [Method No. 10-1978]

22] Product is suitable for Human Consumption, Phytosanitary Certificate of No Radiation, No   Virus, No Insect Parts, No Rodent Excrement, No Husk and No Poisonous Matter

PACKING: in 50 kg bags

LOAD ABILITY: 25 MT in a 20 Feet Container


For INDIAN SUGAR 100 MT for Local Sales and 5000 MT for Export


ICUMSA is an international organization [International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis] helps develop analytical methods for sugar industry. ICUMSA publishes a Method Book that contains detailed instructions for analysing all types of sugar. An ICUMSA rating is an international unit that expresses the purity of sugar in solution and directly related to the sugar colour. Sugar manufacturers determine the ICUMSA rating with an instrument called TRISTIMULUS COLORIMETER that measures the exact colour of the sugar and gives it a numerical reading.  Sugar colour is directly related to how much refining it has been through. The colour of raw sugar is very dark while highly refined sugar is the sparkling white colour. The Colorimeter directs wavelengths of light at the sugar sample and detects which sugar absorbs the light and which sugar reflects back. Dark colours absorb much more lights than light colours, which mean that the Colorimeter indicates a low rating for highly refined sugar and higher ratings for raw sugar.