Panamanian Company to Export Molasses

Eviday S.A. is preparing the first shipment of molasses under the Melosa brand to Spain while negotiating more shipments to Japan.

Friday, March 27, 2009

The company can produce 10 gallons (37 liters) of molasses from a ton of sugarcane and it highlighted the need for further support in research to develop varieties with better yields.

An article in prensa.com reported that the Ministry of Agricultural Development said that "the resulting molasses complies with the standards of Spain and Japan as being 100% natural with no preservative or coloring problems."



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