Sugar beet harvesting©Tim Scrivener
British Sugar says it is open to the idea of offering growers longer multiyear contracts to help farmers cope with market volatility after EU production quotas end in 2017. British Sugar managing director Richard Pike said the processing giant was exploring a number of options so growers could mitigate the impact of price fluctuations after restrictions on EU sugar production are lifted on 30 September 2017. Any future pricing options, which are the subject of talks between British Sugar and […]
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