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SJ May 2017 Cover

May  2017

Cover: Cane Cutter in Mexico

Columns

Publisher’s Corner

Sugar Around the World

People and Places

What’s Cookin’

Abita Beer-Battered Tempura Soft-Shell Crabs with Ponzu Dipping Sauce
Courtesy of Abita Brewing Company, Abita Springs

Features 

Potential of Sugarcane Crops Residues (SCR) According to Their Fuel Characteristics
By Mario Muñoz – CENGICAÑA

Potencial de Residuos Agrícolas de Cosecha de Caña Según Sus Características Combustibles
By Mario Muñoz – CENGICAÑA

NAFTA and the Sugar Industry: The View from Mexico
By Shannon Cothran 

Departments 

Sugarsites

Advertiser’s Index

Coming Meetings

 


 

Sugar Journal covers global trends in the production, processing and refining of cane, beet, and corn into food and energy sources and are written by respected authorities. Special attention is given to new developments in factory and field production methods, research projects, economic and administrative problems, and energy related issues including bio-fuels and cogeneration. Results of test programs, experimental progress reports, pilot plant operations and ethanol updates are also reported.

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