Sugar output declines 3% to 299.6 lakh tonnes from Oct-Mar 2022-23

India’s sugar production declined 3 per cent to 299.6 lakh tonnes in the first six months of the 2022-23 marketing year ending September, as per the industry body ISMA.

In the corresponding period of the previous year, sugar output stood at 309.9 lakh tonnes. 

Notably, the sugar marketing year runs from October-September.

According to the data, sugar production in Uttar Pradesh rose to 89 lakh tonnes during the period from October 2022-March 2023 from 87.5 lakh tonnes in the year-ago period.

Maharashtra’s sugar production fell to 104.2 lakh tonnes from 118.8 lakh tonnes, while output in Karnataka dropped to 55.2 lakh tonnes from 57.2 lakh tonnes.

ISMA has projected production for 2022-23 to 340 lakh tonnes against 358 lakh tonnes in the 2021-22 marketing year.

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