Oct 10, 2017
It’s a new era for the European sugar industry. Production quotas, which have limited EU sugar outputs since 1968 were finally abolished as from the beginning of October, and for the first time EU sugar producers can produce as much sugar as they can sell.
But is this really the start of a new golden age for European sugar? Will the EU re-establish itself as a major sugar exporter? Or will it struggle to compete against alternative sweeteners? What do the changes mean for Europe’s traditional cane sugar suppliers?
To discuss some of these questions, Chris Horseman is joined by Stefan Uhlenbrock, Senior Commodity Analyst at F.O. Licht.
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