A combination of global market factors, both in agriculture and in biosciences, is growing opportunities for beet farmers. On the food side, beet sugar has grown to represent more than half of U.S. sugar production, while in parts of Canada, processing co-ops are creating new markets for both new and established beet farmers. Meanwhile, acreage devoted to sugar beets in the EU is expanding, putting the European market on the road to becoming a net exporter of sugar. On the commodities side,
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