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Sugar output increased in South-Central region

11/08/2017 at 12:15h

São Paulo – Sugar output increased 3.48% in Brazil’s South-Central region in the current sugar cane crop until the end of July, according to data from the Sugarcane Industry Association (Única). It reached 17.5 million tons. In July’s last 15 days, output reached 3.41 million tons, up 9.5% over the same fifteen days-period of 2016.

The sugar cane plants of the regions processed 50.74 million tons of sugar cane in July’s last 15 days, a greater amount than the volume processed in the same period of 2016, which had reached 49.4 million tons. In the current crop, the plants have processed 297.3 million tons of sugar cane until the end of July, against 312.1 million tons processed in the same period of the previous crop.

Via ANBA Newsroom. Translated by Sérgio Kakitani

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