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Mexican sugar harvest shrinking

This article was originally published in The Public Ledger

MEXICO'S National Committee for the Sustainable Development of Sugar Cane has said that the country's sugar harvest could fall to 5.25m tonnes from the 5.3m tonnes previously forecast, due to frosts in some western cane fields late last year. Production will still be above the 4.8m tonnes of last season, when Mexico was forced to open import quotas to cover national demand, the committee said.



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