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20 July 2017

British Sugar shortlisted for 2017 Food & Drink Federation Award

British Sugar, which has four advanced manufacturing plants across East Anglia and the East Midlands, is...

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14 July 2017

British Sugar and NFU Sugar Announce the 2018 Sugar Beet Contract Offers

Today, British Sugar and NFU Sugar are pleased to announce their agreement on sugar beet contract...

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7 July 2017

British Sugar TOPSOIL announces first bursary recipient

Richard Johnstone, a 34-year old golf course manager from Nairn, situated in the north of Scotland,...

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5 June 2017

Brexiteers vote to 'buy british' in their weekly shop

  • Poll shows Leave voters are willing to pay extra for home-grown products
  • Six out of ten adults...
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5 June 2017

Poll reveals British shoppers have little idea where sugar comes from

  • Only a third of adults are aware that sugar is grown in the UK
  • A majority of...
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30 May 2017

BBRO Announcement - Colin MacEwan departure

The BBRO Executive Board is sorry to announce that Colin MacEwan, Head of BBRO, will be...

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25 May 2017

What does Brexit mean for Britain’s beet sugar industry?

Britain’s sugar industry owes its existence to a period of poor European relations. When the British...

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23 May 2017

Introducing new faces at British Sugar TOPSOIL

National TOPSOIL Manager Andy Spetch and Sales Manager Natalie Gudgin have two new colleagues to help...

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25 April 2017

British Sugar Shortlisted for the 2017 Responsible Business Awards

British Sugar, which has four advanced manufacturing plants across East Anglia and the East Midlands, is...

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24 March 2017

A British Industry punching above its weight

Brexit offers a chance for many already thriving British agricultural industries to grow further. But what...

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15 March 2017

Brexit can benefit the poorest countries that produce sugar

There are more than 110 sugar-producing countries in the world. In many small nations, sugar cane...

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