Sugar production is being disrupted in various parts of the world, intentionally and unintentionally. Production is falling on a global level, as are stockpiles. Meanwhile, the United States, facing a supply deficit is on track to import more sugar this year than it has in almost four decades. All those factors, combined, could push sugar prices higher in 2020, creating an opportunity for investors to generate alpha.
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