Sugar — a substance consisting of carbohydrates (mainly sucrose) — is divided into:
according to the type of feedstock for beet, sorghum, cane, palm or maple.
according to the degree of purification, refined (refined), granulated sugar and unrefined raw, which often includes minerals, vitamins.
With moderate consumption, this grocery product prevents thrombosis, arthritis, activates blood circulation in the brain and spinal cord, stabilizes the work of the spleen, liver.
Industrial application purposes
Sugar of various types is purchased wholesale and at retail prices for use in industry and everyday life, in the manufacture of all kinds of products:
bakery, confectionery (pastries, sweets, cream), ice cream;
effervescent drinks, as well as tea, coffee, cocoa — as a sweetener when consumed directly;
jams, jellies, other dishes made from fruits and berries, as well as meat (as a preservative).
As a full-fledged additive or a source of derived substances, the product is used in the leather, tobacco, chemical industry, in the production of medicines, plastic products.