Ethanol is made from any crop or plant that contains a large amount of sugar or components that can be converted into sugar, such as starch or cellulose. Then this goes through a four step process that turns into ethanol.
Ethanol can also be produced through wet-milling process which has high fructose corn syrup as a product (a sweetener).
Ethanol is produced from plants such as sugar cane, sugar beets, corn, wheat, and barley. These plants are then ground up. After this happens, either sugar is dissolved from the plant or cellulose or starches in the plant are converted into sugar. Microbes then feed upon this sugar to produce ethanol and carbon dioxide. Lastly, this ethanol is purified to make it suitable for use.
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