WASDE challenges expectations for domestic sugar & corn demand

Intriguing WASDE sugar forecasts this month: A look at the bottom line shows an increase of 118,000 short tons raw value (STRV) in 2019/20 ending stocks, perhaps prompting a sense of relief as supply and markets seem to be improving. But that does not [...]

USDA trims 2018/19 sugar output forecast, keeps demand unchanged

In a typically quiet WASDE report, USDA lowered 2018/19 sugar production a combined 42,457 short tons raw value (STRV) on a 7,000 STRV cut for beet sugar and a 36,000 STRV cut for Florida cane sugar. With imports and demand unchanged, 2018/19 carryout fell [...]

U.S. sugar deliveries for the wholesale sector

Deliveries to wholesale grocers, jobbers*, and dealers make up around 21% of all sugar deliveries for human use (average, 2013/14-2017/18), making this category the second largest. (The largest is bakery and cereal, though at 24% of all deliveries for human use, wholesale is a [...]

Domestic sugar deliveries lag last year’s pace

For the marketing year to date, October through April, domestic deliveries of sugar totaled 6.942 million short tons, raw value (STRV), down 1.4 percent from deliveries a year ago. Marketing year to date, beet sugar deliveries are up 1.2 percent, while cane sugar deliveries [...]

Weaker growth for sugar deliveries to the beverage industry

Until last marketing year, sugar deliveries to the U.S. beverage sector had seen remarkable growth, rising in nine out of the ten years starting in 2006/07. One reason for the trend, unsurprisingly, has been the vogue for “natural” products and the rise in public [...]

U.S. sugar deliveries up 0.7 percent last quarter

October-December beet and cane sugar deliveries for human use were up 6.4 percent and down 4.0 percent, respectively, from the previous year. For December 2017 alone, though, beet and cane sugar deliveries were down 4.0 percent and 3.1 percent, respectively. Monthly sugar deliveries, select [...]

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