Report could spark return to sugar beet production

A specially commissioned report into the revival of Ireland’s sugar beet industry is to be presented to the government within a month.

16th April, 2011

A specially commissioned report into the revival of Ireland’s sugar beet industry is to be presented to the government within a month.

A group called Beet (Beet Ethanol Energy Teoranta Ireland) commissioned PM Group to carry out a feasibility study on the viability of a sugar and ethanol industry for Ireland.

The report will also be presented to Bord Bia.

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