Eu Sugar Regime

ABF's operations will benefit from healthy pricing and cashflow

Delays in EU sugar regime reform are good news for ABF

By Rick Pendrous

Higher beet costs, adverse currency movements and weak prices in China are expected to hit Associated British Foods' (ABF's) profits from sugar in the current financial year. However, medium-term prospects for sugar look good, according to Shore...

Cutting quotas could be a tasty solution to sour sugar prices.

EU sugar reform planned as prices prove hard to swallow

By Mike Stones

Help for food manufacturers battling soaring sugar prices could arrive in mid October when the European Commission (EC) will unveil plans to reform the European Union (EU) sugar regime, according to industry sources.

Real Good Food braves bitter-sweet year

Real Good Food braves bitter-sweet year

By Ben Bouckley

Real Good Food Company (RGFC) chairman Pieter Totté said he hoped the “difficult years” for sugar were over after the firm saw a slight increase in 2010 pre-tax profits, but warned that it would look abroad for stocks after sharp UK price rises.

Tate & Lyle sells more

Tate & Lyle sells more

By Elaine Watson

EU sugar reform leads to more restructuring in related market

Subsidies to end

Subsidies to end

Manufacturers are waiting to see if the European Commission will stall a collapse in sugar prices by appealing against an expected World Trade...


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