Harvesting sugar beet© Tim Scrivener
British Sugar is looking to increase sugar output next year after the end of European Union quotas and following two low-yielding beet harvests. The beet processor said it is working with growers to boost the area grown for harvest 2017 after two national crops that fell below 1m tonnes of sugar. The group said the beet harvest in 2015 produced just short of 1m tonnes of sugar and it expects a reduction for harvest 2016 compared with a record crop of 1.44m […]
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