Alcohol/Alcohol Blends

The grain and potable alcohol produced by Cargill features constant pure quality and is consequently an essential and value-added raw material for the food sector. Cargill’s alcohol is a key ingredient in a broad spectrum of applications: flavours, fragrances, shelf life extension, acetic fermentation, extraction, etc.

  1. Potable – Cargill’s potable alcohol is used in the manufacture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
  2. Industrial- Cargill produces and commercializes ethanol for industrial applications for use in products including solvents, extractants, antifreeze and intermediates in the synthesis of various organic chemicals. This includes both synthetic and organic ethanol in a wide range of qualities, either with or without the use of denaturants. This alcohol is used widely in the coatings, printing inks and adhesives industries.
  3. Pharmaceutical – Cargill produce ethanol from a renewable source and  supplies agricultural ethanol for the production of pills, extracts, tinctures, API and several other pharmaceutical applications. Cargill obviously adhere to the most stringent quality standards and fulfil all the requirements of the European Pharmacopoeia.

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