An essential guide to the American sugar industry and the processes involved in sugar production. With its detailed descriptions and practical advice, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in sugar cultivation and manufacturing, from farmers to factory workers. This fascinating book also sheds light on the economic and social impact of the sugar industry on American life.
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