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April 17, 2017 Sugaronline | https://goo.gl/lwMQKg CBAA, a Brazilian sugarcane processor, doesn't intend to reactivate four of its mills, and is now investing in agriculture and in supplying raw material to different industries, according to president José Pessoa de Queiroz Bisneto, according to Brazil's Jornal Cana news... Read More
April 08, 2017 Marchel P. Espina (SunStar Bacolod) | https://goo.gl/adWDv1 THE chief of the Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA) said the release of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) shipments, which arrived in the country before the sugar order regulating its entry took effect, can worsen the sugar prices. Beverage firms... Read More
April 8, 2017 Gilbert P. Bayoran (The Philippine Star) | https://goo.gl/7toUeu BACOLOD CITY, Philippines — The sugar industry is now facing another threat to its future: Users of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), instead of importing it that drew protests from sugar stakeholders, will build their own processing plants of... Read More
April 01, 2017 Marchel P. Espina (SunStar Bacolod) | https://goo.gl/3DRc3D SUGAR industry leaders rejected the “win-win solution” on the high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) issue presented by Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol. The Sugar Alliance, in a statement Friday, said that Piñol’s offer is “unacceptable and continues... Read More
March 31, 2017 Othel V. Campos (Manila Standard Today) | https://goo.gl/tmSQ8c The Department of Trade and Industry stepped into the row between sugar millers and importers of sweetened sugar after the Sugar Regulatory Administration restricted the shipments of high fructose corn syrup into the Philippines. Trade... Read More