Raw Sugar (VHP)

Raw sugar (or VHP) is a type of unrefined sugar used for industrial sugar production. This sugar is obtained by processing sugar water from sugar cane or sugar beet. Raw sugar is used as an intermediate for the production of white sugar. The peculiarity of VHP is that it contains a higher amount of molasses, which gives it a dark color and characteristic taste.

VHP is short for "Very High Polarization" and means that raw sugar has a high polarization value.

Raw sugar VHP is used in many food and beverage manufactures and is known for its flavoring properties. Raw sugar is used in different food products and industry for various purposes.

Raw sugar is a high purity and unrefined type of sugar.

VHP sugar is generally preferred for industrial uses and is produced in sugar refineries.