Sugar Cane Wax

Sugar cane wax is extracted from bagasse, a by-product filter residue from the production of sugar from stalks of the sugar cane plant. Sugar cane wax comprises mostly of long chain fatty alcohols and some fatty acids also. The wax in its refined form has a light yellowish colour, is relatively hard and has a melting point around 80°C. Historically sugar cane wax was popular as religious candle wax component but now also used in food and cosmetics.



Cerax Cane Wax


Extracted from sugar cane bagasse, a completely natural wax, used in environmentally sensitive applications.

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