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World sugar glut turns sour for Asian producers

Sugar prices are down more than 30% since the middle of last year.

Nevil Gibson for NBR Food Industry Week
Thu, 26 Mar 2015

Life is far from sweet for some top sugar-producing nations, as a global glut combined with a collapse in the Brazilian réal, the currency of the world’s largest producer, has crashed the international price of the sweetener to a six-year low.

While this might be good news for chocolate makers and

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Nevil Gibson for NBR Food Industry Week
Thu, 26 Mar 2015
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