USA: GMA outlines principles for sugar reform
Current Program Barrier To U.S. Trade The Grocery Manufacturers of America yesterday outlined guidelines for reforming the U.S. sugar program before an audience of sugar growers at the International Sweetener Symposium in Sun Valley, Idaho. GMA emphasized that reform must balance the needs of growers, manufacturers and the trade obligations of the United States.
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