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What is a sugar beet?
Sugar beet is a cultivated plant of Beta vulgaris in the Amaranthaceae family. It comes second after candy cane in the sugar production of the world. Unlike the candy cane, sugar beet can grow in cool and mild places. Sugar and sucrose can be found in many plants. However there are only two plants which carry enough amount of sugar in their structures to produce sugar economically. These two plants are candy cane and sugar beet.
Molasses is a brownish and viscous by-product obtained during the production process of sugar. It consists of uncrystallized sugar, some minerals and different types of water-soluble composites. It is generally used in animal food and alcoholic beverages.
Wet Beet Pulp
Beet pulp is obtained from diffusion after the process of extracting sugar from sugar beet. Firstly sulphur is thrown away at the end of the extraction process. And then pulp is obtained following the process of squeezing. Beet root is consumed as animal food. Having many benefits, 8% of it contains protein. By the help of beet root, dairy efficiency increases by one-third. It eases digestion, whets the appetite and backs up straw.