Many popular sugar grades available
Cargill's granulated sugar, a food grade product, is made by crystallizing a purified and filtered thick juice syrup removed from sugar beets or sugar cane, which is then dried and screened to produce the most popular sugar grades. It is white in color and has sucrose content of not less than 99.85 percent. This product may be referred to as Fine Granulated Sugar or Extra Fine Granulated Sugar, depending on market location.
Pharmaceuticals, jams, jellies, meats, chewing gum, dairy products, condiments, pickles, bakery products, cereals, liquid sugar, powdered sugar, candies, and powdered drink mixes.
Representative Chemical and Physical Data
(insoluble or suspended matter)
|5 ppm visual|
|Sulfite (SO2)||< 10 ppm|
|Impurities (Visual)||2 per 500 grams|
|Odor||Free of Foreign Odor|
|20||2% Cumulative Sum Retained|
|Mesophilic Bacteria||200 cfu/10g max|
|Yeast||10 cfu/10g max|
|Mold||10 cfu/10g max|
Above parameters cover bulk, bags, and supersacks. Granulated Sugar is available in bulk rail and truck, 50-pound bags, and 2000-pound supersacks.
|Calories||400 cal/100 g|
|Ash||0.015 g/100 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||99.9 g/100 g|
|Sugars||99.9 g/100 g|
|Trans Fatty Acid||ND|
|Potassium||3.0 mg/100 g|
|Sodium||1.0 mg/100 g|
g = gram, mg = milligram, IU = international units, ND = non-detectable
Bags and supersacks will come palletized with manufacturer's lot number and item number identified. Bags will come stretched wrapped on pallets.
- GRAS Affirmation: CFR 21 184.1854
- Labeling: Sucrose/Sugar
- FDR: B.18.001
- Labeling: Sugar
Shelf Life and Storage
Controlled environment and conditions enhance the performance of this product in storage. A cool, dry environment is the recommended storage condition for Granulated Sugar. Sugar stored for extended periods (over 24 months) should be evaluated periodically for fitness of use.
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