It is a more elaborate sugar. Its white appearance makes it more sophisticated. It is sold in the domestic and foreign markets.
It is raw sugar, still with the honey layer covering the sugar crystal, so its color resembles honey. It is usually sold in the domestic market. Its derivation, the VHP sugar, is sold in foreign markets.
It is the same crystal sugar, only bruised. Its largest use is in the production of refined sweets.
Similar to demerara, but with less honey. For being a raw sugar and less moisture than demerara, it is the most sold in foreign markets.
Its composition contains 5% water. It is used as fuel in cars with ethanol engines or flex-fuel.
INDUSTRIAL HYDROUS ETHANOL
It is the same hydrous ethanol, however its composition is purer. Widely used in petrochemical, chemical, food and cosmetics.
Product free of water, also known as dehydrated ethanol. It is used as fuel mixed with petrol. When exported, its specification may vary according to the destination country legislation. The hydrous and anhydrous are the only renewable fuels used worldwide.
Product originating from the burning of sugarcane bagasse (biomass). It is used by the industrial unit and its surplus is sold to power utilities.
It is raw material for all Coruripe products. One part is own and the other is acquired from farmers.
Honey with low concentrations of sugar, usually used for distillation of ethanol or for animal feeding.
Honey with a high concentration of sugar, generally used for sugar extraction.
By-product from the distillation of ethanol, is used for pharmaceutical purposes and chemical industries.
By-product from the manufacture of ethanol. Used as fertilizer in the sugarcane fields.
By-product of sugar and ethanol. It serves as animal feed supplement.