Product: Cane Sugar 


Indian & Brazilian Sugar

  • Indian and Brazilian cane sugar are two prominent varieties of sugar derived from sugarcane, a tall perennial grass cultivated primarily in tropical and subtropical regions. Here’s a brief overview of each:

    Indian Cane Sugar:

    • India is one of the largest producers and consumers of sugarcane in the world.
    • Indian cane sugar is produced mainly from sugarcane grown in states like Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.
    • It’s used extensively in Indian cuisine, sweets, and beverages.
    • Indian cane sugar production faces challenges such as weather fluctuations, irrigation issues, and government policies impacting pricing and exports.

    Brazilian Cane Sugar:

    • Brazil is the world’s largest producer and exporter of sugarcane and sugar.
    • Brazilian cane sugar is known for its high quality and is produced mainly in the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, and Goiás.
    • Brazil utilizes sugarcane not only for sugar production but also for ethanol fuel, making it a key player in biofuel production.
    • Brazilian sugar industry practices advanced agricultural techniques and mechanization for cultivation and harvesting, leading to high productivity.
    • Brazil faces environmental concerns related to sugarcane expansion, including deforestation and impacts on biodiversity.

    Both Indian and Brazilian cane sugars are integral to their respective economies, cultures, and global trade in sugar commodities.

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Trade Notices:

  1. Wheat Export Ban Notification – Min. of Commerce, GOI
  2. Export Policy of Rice – Min. of Commerce, GOI