USA: Sugar and sweetener producers, food and beverage processors and lenders may take lumps from policy turmoil
The high level of uncertainty in US and Mexican sugar policies will make the coming year a critical turning point for the North American sweetener industry, according to a new study produced jointly by sweetener industry analysts Promar International and CBT Consulting, Inc . Further, the ramifications of possible policy changes extend beyond growers to the banking sector, off shore sugar producers and food processors alike.
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