U.S. Sugar is a recognized leader in growing sugarcane, citrus and sweet corn, and other fresh vegetables.

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Each year, our farms and fields produce
10%

of sugar
produced in the
United States

250

million glasses
of orange juice
(up to)

1/2

of Florida’s
sweet corn crop

We use cutting-edge technology and innovative, science-based farming practices to optimize all aspects of growing, harvesting and processing sugarcane, citrus and sweet corn. We invest heavily in research and development across our operations.

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World’s Largest Private Wi-Fi

More than 1,000 connected devices

U.S. Sugar monitors operations across its 245,000-acre farming enterprise in real time through the world’s largest private Wi-Fi network.

We rely on healthy land, water and air to grow our crops, and we do more than our part to protect and improve our environment for generations to come. Sugarcane farmers are committed to farming in a sustainable, environmentally responsible way, and our farmers take tremendous pride in what they do.

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U.S. Sugar’s Soil and Water

Best Management Practices have led to an average reduction of phosphorous of 57 percent annually over the last 20+ years.

Since 1931, we have dedicated ourselves to giving back to the communities where we live and work. Every year, we devote thousands of volunteer hours and significant financial resources supporting causes that help children, families, education and hunger.

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U.S. Sugar and its employees contribute

thousands of volunteer hours annually to civic, social and educational causes and donate generously to local events, organizations, schools, sports teams and social programs.

Recent News

Response to Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Open Burn Program Enhancements

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Florida plant squeezed, no more juice processing

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Dumping of Brazilian and Mexican Juice Causes Southern Gardens to Cease Processing Citrus

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Statement by U.S. Sugar Spokeswoman Judy Sanchez Addressing Recently Amended Lawsuit Attacking Farming Communities

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Lawsuit Filed Over Lake Okeechobee Releases and U.S. Army Corps-Created Water Shortage

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US Sugar Welcomes New Community Relations Manager

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U.S. Sugar Executive Re-Appointed to National Agricultural Trade Advisory Committee

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U.S. Sugar Employees Recognized for Years of Service

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The People of U.S. Sugar Provide Support for New Trinidad Neighborhood Playground

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Statement on Federal Approval, Continued Momentum on EAA Reservoir and Termination of the State’s Option Agreement

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U.S. Sugar Announces Exciting Progress in Partnership with Texas A&M AgriLife Research to Expedite Testing Time of Research in Fighting Citrus Greening and Other Unculturable Pathogens

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The Facts on Florida Red Tide – It Is NOT Caused by Lake Okeechobee

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