Brazil stood as largest sugar exporter and producer in the world. It recorded USD 8.30 billion from sugar exports during the year 2016. Around 80 countries across the world rely on sugar exports from Brazil including India, China, Algeria etc. Brazil is accounting for nearly 20% of the global production and around 40% of the world sugar exports. Approximately two-third of the sugar produced in Brazil destined for foreign markets. Sugar industry in Brazil has shown a positive growth since 2014.
Sugar is the generic name for sweet, soluble carbohydrates used in food items. 80% of the sugar produced globally from sugarcane and rest from sugarbeet. Sugar crystals were first produced centuries ago from sugarcane. More than 100 countries located within the tropics grow sugarcane as this plant grows best in tropical regions. The Portuguese first planted sugarcane in Brazil during 1530s and it has been an integral part of Brazil’s social, political and economic history.
Types of Cane Sugar that Brazil Exports
Go through the following sugar exports which are exported from Brazil as listed below.
- Raw cane sugar in solid form
- Cane/Beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose
- Refined cane or beet sugar
- Raw beet sugar
The other leading raw cane sugar exporters in the world are Thailand, Guatemala and Mexico. A few developed countries like China and USA offer Brazil preferential import quotas which means Brazil have to borrow sugar from these countries and then it will export in buying countries. But the offering amounts are very small as compared to the Brazilian sugar sales. In this article, we are providing the analysis of Brazil exports of raw cane sugar in solid form not containing added flavouring or colouring matter.
Brazil Sugar Exports in 2016
Brazil did lowest sugar export sales of USD 318.82 million during the year 2016 which represents 4.77% of the total’s output. The highest sales of sugar exports recorded USD 1032 million in September 2016 which shows 11.40% of total value. If we go through quarter year wise analysis, Brazil did 31% of sugar exports between July and September i.e. Q3 of 2016. It was the Brazil sugar export season of last year. The country exports mainly raw sugar in bulk vessels and the majority of exported sugar in the containers is crystal sugar. Brazilian sugar exports have increased due to higher demand and alternative for buyers. Refer the below table to check the month wise analysis of Brazil sugar exports in 2016.
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Sugar Exporters in Brazil
Raizen Energia SA is largest in the sugar exporters in Brazil. It has exported raw cane sugar to 22 different countries across the world including Algeria, India, Iran, Morocco, Malaysia, China etc. Nearly, 13% of Brazil sugar exports did by this company in 2016. Usina Delta SA stood as second largest in Brazil sugar export companies which did 6% of exports from total’s output. It has exported cane sugar to 33 countries such as Canada, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Algeria etc. Go through the following list of major sugar exporters in Brazil.
- RAIZEN ENERGIA S.A
- USINA DE ACUCAR SANTA TEREZINHA LTDA
- SAO MARTINHO S/A
- COFCO BRASIL S.A
- SUCDEN DO BRASIL LTDA.
- S A USINA CORURIPE ACUCAR E ALCOOL
- BIOSEV BIOENERGIA S.A.
- CLEALCO ACUCAR E ALCOOL S/A
You can access the complete list of Brazil Sugar Exporters from Exim file. In sugar export data, you will also know about the Brazil sugar export prices of different companies.
Sugar Importers in Other Countries
ALVean Sugar SL, Indonesia stood top in sugar importers. It recorded USD 773 million from sugar exports during the year 2016.
- Alvean Sugar Sl, UAE
- Sucres Et Denrees, India
- Czarnikow Group Ltd, Algeria
- Bunge Agritrade SA, Indonesia
- Raizen International Corp, Malaysia
- Biosev Bioenergia International Sa, China
Brazil Cane Sugar Export Partners in the World
Brazil did cane sugar export business from 77 foreign countries including India, china, Russia etc. during 2016. It is majorly exporting raw cane sugar to five countries i.e. India, China, Algeria, Bangladesh and Indonesia. Brazil did sugar exports of USD 889.17 million from India, USD 820.15 million from China and it did USD 700.05 million, USD 666.40 million, USD 587.44 million from Algeria, Bangladesh and Indonesia respectively. Brazil sugar exports to India have been raised by 14% during 2012-2016 while it is declined by 11% to China and declined by 5% to Algeria in this period.
Are you looking for destination countries of Brazil to which it is exporting cane sugar? You will find the list of importer countries in our Brazil sugar export data and report. Also, find the total quantity exported with its weight unit. Go through the following table to know Brazil sugar destination countries with the values recorded.
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Brazilian Ports from where Sugar Departs
Brazil departed maximum export shipments of sugar from Port of Santos in 2016. Sugar exports of USD 6339 million recorded from this port which represented 76.30% of total’s output. The second highest shipments were goes out from Port of Paranagua which recorded 18.40% sugar exports of Brazil. It is followed by Maceio in loading place of sugar. Maceio recorded sugar exports of USD 353 million which is 4.30% of total exports. Check the Brazilian ports from where maximum sugar shipments departs.
- Port of Santos
- Port of Paranagua
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