India: Sugarcane’s toxic waste can turn into a boon for Gujarat farmers
DATE 8May 2018

Sugarcane molasses-based distilleries in India are not only water guzzlers but purge a highly toxic residue— spent-wash or vinasse. This unusually viscous dark brown coloured pungent liquid after recovery of alcohol. If let out untreated, it can cause huge damage to the soil, groundwater and rivers. Now for the first time, Central Salt and Marine… Read More »

Pakistan: Low price, non-payment-KP sugarcane growers thank CJ for resolving issues
DATE 8May 2018

Sugarcane growers and farmers said on Sunday that they had won their fight for fair price of their crop and they were looking forward to the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, to make the sugar mills’ owners implement the decision. The Kashtkaran Ittehad held a meeting here to express their gratitude to… Read More »

USA: Global Sugar Beet Seeds Market demand and value is increasing in the forecasted period 2018-2023
DATE 8May 2018

HTF MI recently introduced Global Sugar Beet Seeds Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2023. At present, the market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are KWS, Betaseed, SESVanderHave, Florimond Desprez, Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer,… Read More »

Sweet news for Australian industry as both major parties rule out a sugar tax
DATE 8May 2018

Australia’s two main political parties are set to go into the next federal elections without policies likely to lead to a sugar tax.

Nigeria: Dangote, others import N284bn raw sugar
DATE 7May 2018

Despite the N157 billion sugar investments in the first phase of the National Sugar Master Plan (NSMP) in the last five years, Dangote Sugar, BUA and Golden Sugar imported 1.42 million tons of sugar valued at N284.4 billion ($789.9 million) last year, New Telegraph has learnt. Between January and June, 2017, Dangote Sugar imported the… Read More »