Harvesting sugar beet © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
A further reduction in UK sugar output is likely before the sugar beet crop area returns to more normal levels, says British Sugar. The processing giant’s parent company ABF made the forecast in an interim statement to investors ahead of its end of year results which are due in November. As planned, UK sugar production was just short of 1m tonnes for the 2015-16 year, it said. See also: Outlook 2016: Sugar beet to break even at best This was […]
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