Project at a Glance
  • Molasses is a by-product of the process extracting sugar from beet and cane.
  • Molasses can be produced from citrus, wood sugar, sugar beet and sugar cane.
  • Types of Molasses are integral or unclarified molasses, high-test molasses, A molasses, B molasses, C (final) molasses and syrup-off
  • The specifications of Molasses are very important and it differs from place to place
  • The Purest Molasses is Pure Cane Juice.
  • Gold label (Original) is the highest grade of pure unsulphured molasses made from a blend of 100% pure sugar cane juices from several West Indies islands in the Caribbean.
  • Green label (Robust) is a molasses which have had some sugar extracted; a cane juice molasses especially formulated for recipes.
  • Molasses is used as animal feed and for alcohol production and as a substrate in the production of yeasts, amino acids and proteins.
  • Molasses grass (Melinis Minutiflora) which originated in Africa, but spread to the other tropical areas in the world, is well known as a valuable pasture and hay grass.
  • Cane Molasses, a by-product of the sugar industry, which has been used with varying degrees of success as a substitute for maize in livestock feeds mainly as a source of readily available energy. 
  • Molasses are used to produce many high value added products such as Lactic acid, Itaconic acid, Gluconic acid, Glutamic acid, L-Lysine, as binder for carbon black pellets - However these applications require low ash content molasses


  • FAQ
  • Expanded Use
  • Molasses Product
  • Manufacturer
  • Sugars in Molasses
  • Molasses Grass
  • Molasses Cookies
  • Molasses Soil
  • Molasses Feeds
  • Sugar from Plant to Food
  • Tropical Feeds - Molasses


  • Blackstrap Molasses
  • Blackstrap Molasses
  • Cane Molasses
  • Light & Sweet Molasses
  • Pomegranate Molasses 
  • Sorghum Molasses
  • Soft Molasses
  • HI Molasses Powder
  • Molasses Powder

Quality Analysis

  • Carbon Black
  • Citric Acid
  • Formic Acid
  • Oligosaccharides
  • Quality Analysis
  • Biotechnology
  • Effects of Molasses Grass
  • Certification
  • Product Safety
  • Spray Dried Molasses
  • Material Safety Data Sheet

Value added Products from Molasses

  • Lactic acid, Itaconic acid, Gluconic acid, Glutamic acid and L-Lysine
  • Composition of Molasses
  • Molasses Types
  • Molasses as a feedstock for alcohol production
  • Additive -Activated Carbon


  • Molasses Product profile
  • Boiling
  • Desugarisation
  • Fermentation
  • Non Sugar Removal
  • Inventory
  • NIR Technology
  • Canning
  • Sugarcane Processing
  • Disposal 
  • Recycling
  • Dry Sweeteners
  • Gate Dryers
  • Ash analysis
  • Newest Drying Technology
  • Membrane Filtration
  • High Molecular weight molasses
  • Spray Dryer Manual
  • Compacted Carbon Black pellets
  • Zero Pollution Plant
  • De - Ashing
  • Suspension & Solution Drying
  • Production of a sticky polymer using an improved carbon black 

Regulatory Issues

  • General Considerations
  • Hawaii Data 1988 -1998
  • Hawaii Data 1991 - 2001
  • Molasses Act
  • Interface Guide  Technologies
  • Standards

Market & Trade Information

  • Export
  • Tender - Sample
  • Case Study
  • Sugar Market
  • Market Outlook
  • India News
  • India Importers & Buyers
  • HI Molasses Supplier
  • Pollutant Turns Nutrients
  • Rabbit Feeds