Who We Are

Welcome to Siddhi Sugar And Allied Industries Limited, a prominent player in Maharashtra's sugar industry. Our core focus is on the manufacture of various food products.

At Siddhi Sugar And Allied Industries Limited, transparency is a priority. underscore our commitment to accountability and compliance with regulatory standards.Guided by a dedicated board of directors we are committed to driving innovation and growth in the sugar and food manufacturing sector.

Our journey is marked by a dedication to quality, sustainability, and social responsibility. Siddhi Sugar And Allied Industries Limited is not just a company; it's a pledge to excellence, a promise to our stakeholders, and a contribution to the prosperity of Maharashtra's industrial landscape. Join us as we continue to shape the future of the food manufacturing industry in the region.


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Production Process

The journey of sugar production begins on vast sugarcane farms, where meticulous cultivation practices are employed. Farmers select suitable varieties of sugarcane and prepare the soil with care. Sugarcane requires a warm tropical climate, ample sunlight, and well-drained soil to thrive. The planting process involves placing sugarcane cuttings into furrows, allowing them to take root and sprout into stalks. Diligent care, including irrigation, pest control, and fertilization, is crucial throughout the growth period, which usually takes around 12 to 18 months.

Once the sugarcane has reached its optimal maturity, it's time for harvesting. Skilled workers, often aided by mechanized equipment, carefully cut down the mature sugarcane stalks. The stalks are then transported to the processing facility for further refinement. Modern harvesting techniques aim to minimize waste and ensure maximum yield. This stage is a critical juncture, as the quality of the harvested sugarcane significantly influences the final sugar product's taste and quality.

Upon arrival at the processing facility, the sugarcane undergoes an intricate process to extract the sweet juice within. This juice, rich in sucrose, is separated from the fibrous material of the stalks. The extracted juice undergoes several purification steps to remove impurities and is then concentrated through evaporation. The resulting thick syrup is then crystallized to form raw sugar crystals. These crystals are further processed to remove any remaining impurities, resulting in refined white sugar. The process involves centrifugation, drying, and packaging, ultimately readying the sugar for distribution and consumption.