US government buys sugar to avoid crisis


The US Department of Agriculture has bought sugar from domestic growers. It was the government’s first direct intervention in domestic sugar market in more than a decade.

The USDA paid $43.8 million for the sugar but avoided an expected $110 million in forfeitures of sugar price support loans. It then exchanged the sugar with domestic refiners for import credits.

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