Welcome to Florida Sugar & Molasses Exchange, Inc.

Florida cane molasses is a valuable by-product of the manufacturing of raw sugar from sugar cane. Once the sugar mills have extracted the maximum sugar possible from the cane juice, the crystallization and separation processes are completed and a thick molasses remains. This molasses is commonly known as blackstrap, cane molasses. Blackstrap cane molasses has become a multi-million dollar product that significantly impacts the local economy.

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What's Great About FSME?

Florida sugar cane is grown in the highly fertile lands south of Lake Okeechobee called The Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA). The EAA was created by an act of Congress in 1948. Over 550,000 acres of fertile land from the southern edge of Lake Okeechobee was developed into farmland. Due to the fertility, Florida molasses will contain higher levels of protein than comparable molasses grown in other regions.