EU ‘sugar market observatory’ launched, first meeting held

The so-called EU ‘sugar market observatory’ has been launched, with EU sugar experts and officials from the European Commission holding the first meeting of the new platform in Brussels yesterday (July 11).

The EU executive in March announced thatit was creating the observatories for arable crops and

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