Alternative Uses for Agricultural Surpluses by R. Mildon (auth.), W. F. Raymond, P. Larvor (eds.)

By R. Mildon (auth.), W. F. Raymond, P. Larvor (eds.)

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The hydrogenation of D-glucose into D-sorbitol is one of the most important industrial operations performed on this product. It corresponds to an annual world production approaching 500 000 tons (Figure 2). Fifty thousand tons per year is used for the production of Vitamin C according to Reichstein's synthesis which we will come back to later on. It intervenes in the making of numerous polymers. The dibenzylidene sorbitol obtained by condensation with the benzaldehyde, used as an additive in the polyethylenes, increases transparency and rigidity.

Dextrose, sorbitol, fructose syrup, levulose and mannitol. Of these dextrose is the most impcrtant, in tonnage terms to the chemical industry. Dextrose (ex starch), and sucrose (ex sugar beet and cane) industries compete as substrates for the fermentation industry. The application of the Common Agricultural Policy has resulted in starch (and its derivatives) being more highly priced than sources outside the Community. To attempt to overcome this gap the concept of a production refund exists which in theory reduced the price of starch down to world prices.

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