How to make Golden Syrup





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Published on Nov 5, 2015

Ragus ‘lifts the lid’ on how Golden Syrup is made.

Our new video presentation provides a valuable insight into the modern manufacturing and crafting of one of the worlds great food products – Golden Syrup.

The Ragus process of Golden Syrup manufacture is explained from raw material handling, expert formulation and preparation of delivery to customers. All carried out in our UK production facility, one of the world’s most advanced sugar manufacturing sites.
The video highlights our sourcing the globe from Africa to the Caribbean to South America and the Pacific as well as Europe to find the best, most reliable and sustainably produced, certified sources of pure sugar.

Made from natural pure sugars it is the delicious sweet condiment loved by generations, the magic ingredient of home baking and the key, versatile ingredient of food industry production professionals for taste, texture and colour of bakery, confectionery and savoury products.

Golden Syrup was first formulated in 1883 by our company founder and chemist, Charles Eastick. Since that time in Victorian England little has changed in the recipe for the glorious elixir. The Ragus company was established by Charles Eastick in 1928 and today with 87 years of sugar experience and knowledge the company is a major specialist manufacturer and supplier producing over 31,000 tonnes of different sugar formulations annually.



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