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Summary
Produce Ethiopia molasses
Varieties Sugarcane molasses
Common varieties Sugarcane molasses
Packing In drums or bulk according to customer needs
Size Thick, medium, light
Season (availability) Throughout the year
Transportation conditions Transported in temperature below 15 degrees Celsius
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Ethiopia molasses avail high-quality both to the local and the international market. The country is among the highest exporters of molasses in Africa. Molasses is gummy, dark-colored and sugar like flavored. Ethiopia molasses is a sweetener that is formed as a byproduct in the sugar making process. Sugarcane molasses is used in sweetening and flavoring food 

molasses is produced throughout the year. The country exports molasses worth $ 1.035million annually. The total production stands at around 210 thousand metric tons. Most of the sugarcane for the production of molasses is sourced from small scale farmers. The local market consumes almost 40% of the total output.

The sugarcane is sourced mainly in the central region, the Wonji region, in Oromia. The major sugar refinery industries in Ethiopia are found in Wonji, Shewa, and Kassem.

The raw material of processing molasses is sugarcane. Farmers cultivate sugarcane in small scale farms of about 1.5 hectares.

molasses is exported in the form of unrefined black scrap, another form is the dark and light molasses obtained by boiling sugarcane for the first time and the final form is fancy molasses which have a sweet taste.

Sugarcane thrives in conditions ranging from between (1100-1500) mm of rainfall .relative humidity of 80-85%ideal water content ranges from( 148-3000)g.

Molasses is used as a raw material in the manufacture of animal feeds, preparation of beverages and alcoholic drinks. It also helps in medicinal purposes. Molasses is rich in magnesium and calcium, which helps in bone strengthening.

During the processing of molasses, three processes are involved i.e.

The raw fresh sugarcane is stripped off the debris and leaves. Older canes are considered because they process the highest quality of molasses. They are then washed to remove impurities.

The cane is then taken to the second phase, where it is crushed to extract the juice using a mortar and pestle. The yellow fluid is then boiled at optimum conditions until the boiling state is reached.

Slight crystals sugar particles will start forming, and that is molasses.

The thick solution is put in the refrigerator for about 12 hours until the temperature of molasses reaches 12 degrees Celsius. The subsequent molasses is put into a pot for further boiling, thus evaporating to leave a paste with a sour taste. The final product is a thick solution of molasses.

molasses is packed in five-gallon drums. Molasses is also packed in plastic bottles of 6 liters each and placed in a carton for transportation.

molasses is stored in temperatures between 10-20 degrees Celsius. Molasses are transported to the airport of Bole or port of Djibouti by designed trucks fitted with refrigerators to ensure its quality is retained. 

Ethiopia molasses is the best quality, globally. If you require the best molasses, do not hesitate to use this platform to get it from Ethiopia.

 


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