The Story of sugar

Australia, 1950

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This classroom film sets out to describe how the white sugar we use every day at mealtimes reaches us in the form we know it best - as white crystals. Although the film deals exclusively with cane sugar, and does not mention the production of sugar from sugar-beet, the films gives a fairly clear picture of the production of sugar in the canefields of northern Australia, and the refining processes carried out in the cities further south.


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