Sugar and Sugar By-products

White sugar – sucrose in individual crystals, 0.2 to 2.5 mm in size. White, free-flowing mass fraction of sucrose not less than 99.75%. It meets the requirements of DSTU 4623:2006 and is intended for consumption, industrial processing, retail chain sales, etc.

Packaging: polypropylene bags with polyethene liner (50 kg), polyethene packaging (1 kg) and in bulk.

Terms of delivery: contractual.

Molasses – a viscous brown liquid containing up to 48% uncrystallized sugar, 20% water, and nitrogenous substances. It is used to produce alcohol, syrups and microbiological (yeast)production.

Terms of delivery: EXW, DAP.

Sugar beet pulp is a by-product of the sugar refining process, containing up to 84% moisture (raw pulp after squeezing), 2% sugar, fibre, and trace elements. Granulated dehydrated sugar beet pulp looks like grey-green cylinders with diameters of 8 and 10 mm and consists of 88% of dry material. It is used for cattle fattening and fish feed.

Terms of delivery: FCA, DAP.

Inverted sugar syrup for feeding bees is an artificially prepared carbohydrate food for bees. It is based on sugar syrup, in which sucrose is broken down to the level of glucose and fructose by introducing into the composition of the syrup, at the stage of preparation, a natural enzyme – invertase.

The product is used as top-feeding in the spring period for the active growth and development of bee colonies and stimulation of egg-laying in the queen. In autumn – to create controlled food reserves in the hive for winter.

This form is better for feeding bees because it does not require excessive effort from them when processing the product into honey.               

Terms of delivery: on an agreement basis.

Please, contact us by:



+38 050-334-39-79 (sugar)
+38 050 448-37-52 (sugar)
+38 095-274-18-08 (sugar)
+38 097 210 6033 (molasses)
+38 097 210 6033 (sugar beet pulp granulated)