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Betel Farm uses part of its land for a sugar cane plantation, also around the quarantine center where animals are prepared for export, as a sanitary barrier, ensuring the quality of the exported animals.

Sugar cane was introduced in Brazil in the sixteenth century in northeastern Brazil and has adapted so well to the climate that today Brazil is the world’s largest producer of sugar and ethanol produced from sugar cane.
The central area of the State of São Paulo, which is precisely where the Farm Betel is located, is where most of the Brazilian sugar and ethanol mills are located.

Betel farm’s production of sugar cane is sold to local sugar mills, but unlike other farms Betel Farm is paid for its sugar cane production with sugar.
This agreement allows Agro Betel, which is the group’s trading company, to have a guaranteed supply of sugar throughout the year, not only during the harvest period.

The sugar cane supply contracts with the mills are long term contracts, over ten years, giving more reliability to long term sugar supply agreements.

Agro Betel generally ships sugar in containers of 20 ' packed in 50Kg bags. Each Container carries 27 tons of crystal sugar (Icumsa 150)

Crystal sugar (Icumsa 150) has no quantity restriction, so we can dispatch one container at a time, although the cost is more interesting from five containers and up at a time.