August 28, 2020 2:47 PM
Editorial content from Der AUDITOR
Sugar

Zucker: Corona hält die Absatznachfrage flach

FRANKFURT/BRÜSSEL. Die Industrie sitzt auf Weißzuckerbeständen, weil der Absatz schleppend verläuft und bis Jahresende auch Herbst- und Weihnachtsmärkte nicht oder nur eingeschränkt stattfinden können. Brüssel rechnet mit sinkendem EU-Zuckerkonsum.

 Das Geschäft mit Weißzucker blieb schleppend. Der Einkauf wartet auf die neue Kampagne, wo sich möglichweise eine Preisänderung abzeichnet.

Price: €11.000
Price for bronze, silver and gold members: €0.000

You are already member? Login here


Here you see a picture of a current news from Novella Agri.
Der AUDITOR
Editorial content
News
Sugar: EU confronted with challenges in 2020/2021
BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT. Market players are sounding the alarm bells over declines in production, particularly in France and in Germany. Concerns are being voiced that Germany's sugar suppliers will not be able meet food industry demand at the end of August. EU-UK trade has also been adversely impacted by Brexit.
2/17/21
Sugar: mixed crop results in Germany
FRANKFURT/PARIS. This year's drought is the reason for very mixed yields in German sugarbeet cultivation. Meanwhile, sugar prices are relatively uniform for German customers.
10/21/20
Sugar: Covid-19 continues to weigh on demand
FRANKFURT/BRUSSELS. Sluggish sales and the suspension of Christmas markets and major events mean that white refined sugar stocks have piled up in Germany. Sugar consumption is expected to decline in the EU.
8/28/20
Sugar: slump in demand to prove massive challenge
FRANKFURT/BRUSSELS. Sugar consumption is expected to decline in the EU. Confectionery manufacturers in Germany are sounding the alarm because Covid-19 has prompted a slump in exports and domestic consumption.
8/12/20
Sugar: production forecasts for Brazil increased
BRASÍLIA. Brazil, the most important export country for sugar, will increase its production by almost 20% this season. The coronavirus pandemic is playing a decisive role in this.
7/16/20
Sugar: Czech Republic about to buy German sugar?
FRANKFURT/PRAGUE. Market players are reporting a high oversupply of sugar, not least due to the corona crisis. Due to the closure of the gastronomy sector and the cancellation of events, both important consumption sectors for...
5/8/20
Südzucker: not possible to assess impact of coronavirus pandemic
MANNHEIM. In the preliminary figures for the 2019/2020 financial year, which ended on 29 February, the Südzucker AG states that group revenues declined to EUR 6.7 billion. By contrast, a drastic rise in the group operating result to EUR 116 million has been observed.
4/22/20
Südzucker confirms that supply chain is up and running
MANNHEIM. In a recently issued press release the Südzucker Group has confirmed that supplies are guaranteed, despite demand being high. While the corona pandemic has brought public life to a standstill in many countries, Europe's leading sugar gaint has switched to crisis mode.
3/18/20
Sugar: prices expected to rise
FRANKFURT. In 2019, the exports of sugar have delcined sharply in Germany and the Czech Republic. Meanwhile, surplus supplies have forced the first plants to close in Russia.
2/26/20
Sugar: Russia steps up production
MOSCOW. As many as 21 sugar plants have been operating in Russia since July. Data issued by the Ministry of Agriculture suggests that production and exports are on the rise. Producers are highly satisfied with the current market developments.
2/6/20
Show more
Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Sugar beets
Country
Start of harvest
Turkey
8/1/21
Canada
9/1/21
USA
9/1/21
Italy
9/1/21
Poland
9/1/21
Ukraine
9/1/21
Russia
9/1/21
Germany
9/15/21
United Kingdom
9/20/21
France
10/1/21
Find out more
Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Sugar beets
Country
Year
Crop size
Russia
2019
50,788,083 mt
France
2019
37,836,810 mt
Germany
2019
29,728,300 mt
USA
2019
28,600,000 mt
Turkey
2019
18,085,528 mt
Poland
2019
13,836,620 mt
Ukraine
2019
10,149,800 mt
United Kingdom
2019
7,450,000 mt
Netherlands
2019
6,644,710 mt
Belgium
2019
5,079,760 mt
Find out more