Liquid sugar is a product made by dissolving refined granulated sugar in water. It is generally made to a solids level of 67.5%. Industry practice often refers to the finished product as having a Brix of 67.5%. It is used principally by the food industry as a sweetener ingredient and also by the pharmaceutical industry. It is also used as a blend component with other liquid sweeteners, primarily corn syrup, for specific applications.
5 gal. Pail, 55 gal. Drum, 275 gal. Tote, 48,000 lb. Truck
INDIANA LIQUID SUGAR is a premium, pure sugar solution that was developed to provide an easy-to-handle alternative to granulated sugars. It is carefully produced with the finest sugar to provide consistent flavor and low color.