Advertisement

Latest Articles in sugar

Medium Sugar Eases On Subdued Demand

While, small sugar prices showed a mixed pattern of trade owing to alternate bouts of buying and selling.

Read More

Sugar Gains On Good Demand

Small sugar prices rebounded by Rs 38/30 per quintal to Rs 3,680/3,742 from Wednesday's closing Rs 3,642/3,712

Read More

Medium Sugar Drops On Lower Demand

Small sugar recovered slightly owing to good demand from stockists and bulk consumers.

Read More

Will Higher Sugar Consumption in Festive Season Will Lead to Import More Sugar?

Earlier to this government had already hiked sugar import duty to save interests of domestic sugar producers.

Read More

India Likely To Raise Sugar Import Tax To 50 per cent

India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, is likely to raise import duty on the sweetener to 50 percent from 40 percent in an attempt to restrict cheaper flow of the commodity from overseas

Read More

No Plans To Allow Extra Sugar Imports, Says Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan

India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, has no plans to allow extra imports of the sweetener as stocks held in mills will suffice, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said

Read More

Sugar Prices To Remain Firm Due To Deficit Situation: ICRA

Domestic sugar prices are likely to remain firm in the near term on account of the expectations of a decline in production and deficit situation in the domestic and global markets, rating agency ICRA said

Read More

Sugar Output Down 5.3 Per Cent, Says Trade Body

A drop in production could lift local prices and prompt the world's second-biggest consumer to allow duty-free imports of the sweetener

Read More

Maharashtra's Sugar Output Drops As Mills Close Early

India's top sugar producing state of Maharashtra has so far produced 27 per cent less sugar than a year ago as nearly a third of the total mills have stopped crushing due to cane shortage

Read More

India Has No Plan To Cut Sugar Import Tax For Now: Ram Vilas Paswan

India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, is not considering to cut import duty on the sweetener at least in the near term

Read More

Maharashtra Sugar Mills Shut Early As Drought Hits Cane Crop

Sugar mills in Maharashtra typically operate between November to April, but this year cane supplies have fallen due to back-to-back droughts

Read More

India To Produce Surplus Sugar In 2017-18: Industry Body

The world's biggest consumer of sugar is unlikely to import the sweetener in the 2016-17 marketing year that started on Oct. 1

Read More

PepsiCo Sets Global Target For Sugar Reduction

PepsiCo says the new global target is more ambitious than its previous goal of reducing sugar by 25 per cent in certain drinks in certain markets by 2020

Read More