Itas News Agency reported on April 1 that the Russian Ministry of Agriculture recently predicted that there will be no sugar shortage in the Russian market. The parties involved in the sugar price stabilization agreement are fulfilling their obligations in accordance with the regulations, and the sugar output can fully meet the Russian market demand. If there is a surplus in production, sugar factories that have signed agreements to stabilize sugar prices are interested in signing direct supply contracts with retail chains to obtain subsidies and further reduce costs.
Russian”Izvestia” previously reported that some sugar factories in Russia have temporarily suspended supply to retail outlets, and Greece will resume supply after the Russian government plans to grant subsidies for products sold at a fixed price from April 1st. .