Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane Industry in Brazil

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  • Sugar Semi-annual 2012

    Brazil’s MY 2012/13 sugarcane crush is estimated at 570 mmt, up 5 mmt from the previous estimate (565 mmt) due to improved weather conditions.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Oct 2012 related to Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane in Brazil

  • Sugar Annual 2012

    Brazil’s MY 2012/13 sugarcane crop is forecast at 565 mmt, up 4 mmt from the previous season (561 mmt).

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 27 Apr 2012 related to Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane in Brazil

  • Sugar Semi-annual 2011

    During marketing year (MY) 2011/12 (May-April), the Agricultural Trade Office (ATO/Sao Paulo) estimates total Brazilian sugarcane production at 558 million metric tons (mmt), down 62 mmt from the previous season (620 mmt).

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 31 Oct 2011 related to Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane in Brazil

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  • Biofuels and Ethanol in Brazil

    Total sugarcane production for MY 2009/10 is projected at 605 million metric tons, up 7 percent compared to previous season. Post projects that 57.5 percent of total sugarcane crushed will be diverted to ethanol production which is forecast at 28.45 billion liters. Ethanol exports are expected to decline to 3.7 billion...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane in Brazil

  • Sugar Production in Brazil

    Brazil’s MY 2009/10 sugarcane crop is estimated at 592 mmt, down 13 mmt from the previous estimate mainly due to excessive rainfall in the center-south region. Approximately 44.65 percent of the crop should be diverted to sugar, up 4.25 percentage points relative to the previous season.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2009 related to Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Sugar Cane in Brazil

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