Cover: Picture TSC Refinery in Taiwan
Sugar Around the World
People and Places
The Picking Table
Massecuite Sampling & Control of Crystallization Performance
By Christopher D. Rhoten
Marinated Grilled Gulf Shrimp with Fresh Basil Pesto
Sugar Industry Technologist’s 76th Annual Meeting Schedule of Events
Sugar Industry Technologist’s 76th Annual Meeting
Abstracts of Papers to be Presented
U.S. Cane Sugar Refining Companies Melting Capacities
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