See the creation of raw sugar in Zainsk, Russia

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See the creation of raw sugar in Zainsk, Russia
A worker drives a harvester through a field of sugar beet crops during harvesting at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A worker watches as refined sugar granules pass along a conveyor belt before packaging at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Piles of sugar beet sit in a field during harvesting at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Sugar beet sit in a storage pile ahead of processing at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A worker stacks sacks of sugar in a transport truck as they fall off a conveyor belt at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A conveyor belt drops harvested sugar beet into a storage pile at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Yellow sugar granules sit during analysis in the laboratory at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A female worker fills sacks of sugar as they pass along a conveyor belt at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Sugar syrup drips from a machine outlet at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Sugar granule samples sit in a tray in during analysis in the laboratory at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Sugar syrup sits in test tubes during analysis in the laboratory at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Yellow sugar grains sit in a glass container in the laboratory at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Viewing windows on pipework connected to juice purification filters glow during sugar beet processing operations at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
An employee walks past juice purification filters used in the processing of sugar beet at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A worker collects a sample of raw sugar syrup on a glass plate at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Sugar syrup sits in a machine during processing at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Refined sugar granules sit during analysis in the laboratory at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Shredded sugar beet passes along a conveyor belt at the Zainsk sugar plant, operated by ZAO Agrosila Group, in Zainsk, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 4. 2015. Raw-sugar futures turned a bit sweeter for bulls, climbing the most in almost four years on concerns that adverse weather may hurt crops in Brazil and India, the top producing countries. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Raw sugar is a lucrative business with its demand at the highest its been in years. The process begins with the harvesting of the sugar beet crop and ends with rigorous quality control. See the photos above for a look into the Zainsk sugar plant in Russia.

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