A slight increase in production of sugar at 47.9 lakh tonnes in October and November:ISMA

According to industry group ISMA, India’s sugar production grew slightly to 47.9 lakh tonnes
during the months of October and November. The Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA)
released a statement stating that production of the sweetener until November 30 of the current
2022–23 marketing year was 47.9 lakh tonnes as opposed to 47.2 lakh tonnes during the same
period of the previous year. According to the report, there were 434 operating factories as
opposed to 416 on the same date last year.
According to ISMA data, Maharashtra produced 20 lakh tonnes of sugar during the first two
months of 2022–23 as opposed to 20.3 lakh tonnes during the same period the previous year.
According to ISMA data, Maharashtra produced 20 lakh tonnes of sugar during the first two
months of 2022–23 as opposed to 20.3 lakh tonnes during the same period the previous year.
The production of sugar increased in Uttar Pradesh from 10.4 lakh tonnes to 11.2 lakh tonnes.
According to ISMA, in their first two EoI (expressions of interest) that they floated, the
OMCs (oil marketing companies) have so far allocated roughly 460 crore litres for delivery in
the ESY (ethanol supply year) 2022–23. The supply of ethanol extends from December to
November each year.

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