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New era for EU sugar

New era for EU sugar

The Brexit vote made it quite clear that many Britons are not fans of European protectionism. One of the longest standing regulations was a directive on how much sugar EU member states can produce and minimum pricing for the white stuff. As of 1 October 2017, quotas have expired, meaning sugar producers are now free to make full use of their production capacity, which should in turn help reduce the costs associated with making it. 

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