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International Sugar Journal


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International Sugar Journal offers analysis, reviews and discourse to keep its international readership up to date with latest developments in sugar processing …

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International Sugar Journal offers you the complete value chain from sugar cane and beet production right through sugar processing and sugar refining. As well as the technical papers and abstracts previously included in Sugar Cane International.

First published in 1869, ISJ is a peer reviewed technical-trade journal, focusing on beet sugar and cane sugar processing, sugar refining, and increasingly on biorenewables and biofuels.

ISJ is available in hard copy each month and online.

Each monthly issue of ISJ provides you with:

  • Editorial comment
  • Sugar industry news
  • NEW Sugar market overview
  • Biofuels news
  • Biobased products news
  • Trends in science and technology
  • Meetings calendar
  • Advertisers’ index
  • Click here to view a FREE sample of International Sugar Journal

    Features & Contents

    A subscription to International Sugar Journal Includes:

  • Full access to ISJ online, including: archive and content search
  • Email alert service
  • Monthly issue of ISJ in PDF and hardcopy
  • Access to the World Sugar & Ethanol Outlook and online directory
  • More Info

    International Sugar Journal was first published in 1869 and is the number one publication for the global sugar industry, providing producers, technologists, researchers, engineers and consultants with the most up-to-date industry developments as they happen. Main topics include: cane and beet sugar manufacture; analysis; chemical, microbiology and instrumentation; environmental issues; sugarbeet production; biofuels and biorenewables; sugar refining; food and non-food uses of sugar; alternative sweeteners; economics, trade and legislation, and equipment and machinery.

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