PRODUCING YOUR SUGAR: THE GROWING AND PROCESSING OF SUGAR BEET, BRITAIN, 1942
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One of the most important by-products of the sugar production process is beet pulp. Here sacks of pulp are loaded on to a lorry outside the factory to be distributed to local farms. The pulp can then be used for cattle feed. The original caption states that: "Literally the pulp returns to the farmers who originally supplied it in the form of sugar beet".