The sugar industry has yet to recover from the chaos of Corona

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Kasganj. Even if all industries affected during the Corona period are slowly getting back on track, the sugar industry is still in disarray. There is concern among business people in this industry, who are affected by the early phase of the Corona period. The demand for sugar in the markets is lower, and production from the Nayauli mill will not stop as planned. It is for this reason that there are delays in the payment of farmers’ contributions.
The district’s sugar production unit, Nayauli Mill, had been preparing sugar on demand this grinding season. Now the demand for the product in the markets has decreased. Due to the curfew imposed during the corona transition period, further ceremonies including weddings were organized on a small scale. Because of Chaturmas, the marriage programs have now been discontinued.
In such a situation, the demand for sugar decreases continuously. The highest sugar consumption of the Nayauli mill is in Agra’s petha industry, but Agra’s petha business is also affected. In such a situation, the sugar cane farmers’ contributions remain with the mill.
Prices have also fallen
The prices per quintal have also fallen due to the lower demand for sugar. The wholesale price of sugar has decreased by as much as 125 rupees per quintal compared to the last two months. Two months ago the price of sugar was 3600 rupees per quintal, now it is 3475 rupees per quintal.
it says the numbers
The mill has produced 1.85 lakh quintals of sugar this season.
– Ten thousand quintals of Chinese medicine used to be sold by the Nayauli mill.
Only 3,000 quintals of sugar have been broken down in the last four months.
Nayauli Sugar Factory is unable to sell sugar as per the target. The reason for this is that the wholesalers have reduced the demand for sugar. Sugar factory officials were told that the earliest thing they should do to ensure that the sugarcane farmers were paid was by selling sugar. Om Prakash Yadav, District Commissioner for Sugar Cane

Kasganj. Even if all industries affected during the Corona period are slowly getting back on track, the sugar industry is still in disarray. There is concern among business people in this industry, who are affected by the early phase of the Corona period. The demand for sugar in the markets is lower, and production from the Nayauli mill will not stop as planned. It is for this reason that there are delays in the payment of farmers’ contributions.

The district’s sugar production unit, Nayauli Mill, had been preparing sugar on demand this grinding season. Now the demand for the product in the markets has decreased. Due to the curfew imposed during the corona transition period, further ceremonies including weddings were organized on a small scale. Because of Chaturmas, the marriage programs have now been discontinued.

In such a situation, the demand for sugar decreases continuously. The highest sugar consumption of the Nayauli mill is in Agra’s petha industry, but Agra’s petha business is also affected. In such a situation, the sugar cane farmers’ contributions remain with the mill.

Prices have also fallen

The prices per quintal have also fallen due to the lower demand for sugar. The wholesale price of sugar has decreased by as much as 125 rupees per quintal compared to the last two months. Two months ago the price of sugar was 3600 rupees per quintal, now it is 3475 rupees per quintal.

it says the numbers

The mill has produced 1.85 lakh quintals of sugar this season.

– Ten thousand quintals of Chinese medicine used to be sold by the Nayauli mill.

Only 3,000 quintals of sugar have been broken down in the last four months.

Nayauli Sugar Factory is unable to sell sugar as per the target. The reason for this is that the wholesalers have reduced the demand for sugar. Sugar factory officials were told that the earliest thing they should do to ensure that the sugarcane farmers were paid was by selling sugar. Om Prakash Yadav, District Commissioner for Sugar Cane

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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