Alliance For Fair Sugar Policy: Government Accountability Office Report Calls for Reforms to the U.S. Sugar Program

The United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a new report detailing the impact of the U.S. sugar program on American consumers, food manufacturers, and sugar producers. The report confirmed that the U.S. sugar program is creating supply shortages for domestic food production and contributing to higher costs for manufacturers, workers, and American families. Further, the study found that the program is a net drag on the U.S. economy, ultimately costing consumers more than sugar producers benefit.

Kenneth W. McDuffie Takes the Helm as President & CEO of U.S. Sugar

November 1, 2023 U.S. Sugar

U.S. Sugar announced its Executive Vice President Kenneth W. McDuffie has assumed the role of President and Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Robert H. Buker, Jr. 

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National Confectioner Statement on USTR Reallocation of Unused Raw Sugar TRQs

March 24, 2023 National Confectioner

The National Confectioners Association released the following statement in response to the decision by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to reallocate unused country-specific quota allocations under the tariff-rate quotas (TRQs) on imported raw cane sugar for fiscal year 2023. NCA recently wrote a letter to Biden Administration officials to encourage them to take action to address high prices and low supplies of sugar for food and beverage manufacturing in the United States. 

Sugar Substitution: What Consumers are Looking for vs. What Actually Works

August 11, 2022 Puratos Taste Tomorrow

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with sugar. While we very often crave something sweet, we also know that too much sugar is far from healthy. So it’s not surprising that sugar is the most searched-for nutritional value.

C&H Sugar is Sharing the ‘Recipe for Happiness’ with a Fresh New Look and Brand Campaign

February 10, 2022 C&H Sugar Co.

Since 1906, C&H® Sugar has been bringing happiness to the West Coast as a part of life’s best moments. The brand is now adding a little more sweetness for the next generation of bakers by unveiling an evolved logo and refreshed packaging redesign inspired by its California and Hawaiian roots.