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Sugar mills in Maharashtra have cleared 92% of the fair and remunerative price (FRP) to the cane farmers till April 30. According to the...
Global Sugar View by Michael McDougall – Episode 2
Indian sugar production at 299.15 LMT from 1st October 2020 to 30th April 2021 Source: ISMA
In the sugar season 2020-21 where the Government has allocated 60 lakh metric tonnes of sugar for exports, Maharashtra is set to export almost 50% of the available sugar for exports. A major decision from the Department of Food & Public Distribution (DFPD) to allow exchange of export quantity of sugar with monthly sale quota between mills to maximise exports and reduce transportation cost involvement involved in movement of sugar from one state to another for domestic consumption is seems to be bringing ease to millers across the country.
Karnataka government is considering the option to allow sugar mills to produce oxygen to meet its shortage for treating Covid-19 infected patients.