Sugar Commodity Research and Analysis

Sugar Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

Not Sensitive to Price Changes?

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Sugar Conclusion - Sugar has few macro-economic factors that will cause prices to increase over a short period of time. An increase in demand will not cause a significant increase in price.

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Strengths + Opportunities = 15

Threats + Weaknesses = 6

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Sugar Description Update

Sugar is mostly derived from sugar beet and sugar cane. Sugar beet and sugar cane are mainly grown in Brazil and India, but can be grown in any tropical climate. Sugar is in high demand because it is used for drinks, candy, and many other foods. The widespread use of sugar will ensure that it is needed in the future. However, excess sugar intake has been linked to obesity and diabetes, so doctors are advising patients to limit their sugar consumption. Sugar is traded worldwide between many different countries. Adverse weather such as monsoons can affect sugar supply because it is grown in tropical climates.

What Increases the Price of Sugar?

What Decreases the Price of Sugar?

  • Consumption Intake Excessive consumption of sugar has been associated with increased incidences of type two diabetes, obesity and tooth decay.

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