White Crystal Sugar


Dwarikesh Sugar is known for its high quality, hygiene and good taste. Sugar manufacturing process at our plants takes place under strict quality control measures and produced sugar is nowhere touched by hands. We are always among the first to adopt latest equipment and technology to ensure that our product quality is best. Dwarikesh's sugar is crystal clear and is known to be sweeter and healthier than many other sugar brands.

When the Dwarikesh Nagar (Bundki) plant was commissioned in 1995, the company's sugar production capacity was just 2500 TCD. It has grown more than 8.5 times by the middle of the season 2007-2008. The company enjoys the highest yield in the industry due to efficient cane procurement. During the last crushing season 2016-2017, its recovery rate was 12.34% in its Dwarikesh Nagar plant, which is  the highest in the state of Uttar Pradesh. In Dwarikesh Puram plant the recovery was 12.11% for the 2016-17, one of the best in U.P and in Dwarikesh Dham plant the recovery was of 10.89% for 2016-17.

Domestic demand for sugar is increasing. Production of sugar was very low in this season comparing to last year due to low production in Maharashtra and Karnatka . At present the consumption of sugar in India is 25.6 million tonne per annum and is expected to grow at 5 per cent per annum. Per capita consumption of sugar in the country remains at 24.8 kg as compared to the global consumption of 35 kg and it is increasing at a greater speed. Lower production estimated for the season 2017-18 and increase in demands in sugar will lead to a better price of the sugar this year and as well as coming year. The company finds export of sugar unviable due to the distance from ports.


Dwarikesh sugar is categorised in three different categories based on crystal size: small, medium and large.

We produce sugar of following grades:-

L-31, M-31, S-31, L-30, M-30 and S-30 out of which maximum production is of 31 colour sugar. (31 is the best colour standard fixed by the Government of India) Sugar grading is done for colour and grain size. Sugar produced is regularly matched with N.S.I. standards. Percentage retention of sugar is currently being maintained at 85%+ as against minimum requirement of 70% Sugar is used not only as a constituent in foods produced at home & industrially produced foods, but also as a raw material in fermentation to produce ethyl alcohol, butyl alcohol, glycerine & citric acid. Sugar is also an ingredient in some transparent soaps & it can be converted to esters which yields tough, insoluble & infusible resins.