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Sugarbeet Growers Magazine April / May 2014 : Page 15

Around The Industry New U.S. Sugar Industry Directory Now Available The newest biennial U.S. Sugar In-dustry Directory is now available. The 148-page 2013/14 edition is the most comprehensive “who’s who” for the na-tion’s sugar industry, encompassing production, processing, marketing and research entities. It also include basic information and factory listings for the Canadian and Mexican sugar sectors. Along with sections on sugarbeet factories, sugarcane mills and cane sugar refineries, the U.S. Sugar Indus-try Directory carries listings of sweet-ener organizations, university and USDA beet and cane researchers, as well as sugar-related federal agencies. Industry production and use statistics are included, as is a map showing the location of U.S. sugarbeet and sugar-cane growing areas. Another section lists hundreds of companies providing products and services to the U.S. sugar industry. The 2013/14 U.S. Sugar Industry Di-rectory is available for $54.50 per copy (postage and handling included). For-eign orders should add $10.00 for air-mail postage. To order, or for more details, contact Lilleboe Communica-tions Ltd., P.O. Box 2684, Fargo, ND 58108; Phone (701) 238-2393; Email ment modifications to cutting-edge re-search; from personal profiles to local industry trends. v International Sweetener Symposium American Sugar Alliance August 1-6 / Stowe, Vt. American Sugarbeet Growers Association 2015 Annual Mtg. February 1-3 / Long Beach, Calif. American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists 38th Biennial Mtg. Feb. 23-26 / Clearwater Beach, Fla. 2015 International Sugarbeet Institute March 18 & 19 / Fargo, N.D. Email: Do You Have an Article Idea For The Sugarbeet Grower ? The Sugarbeet Grower welcomes suggestions for future articles in the magazine. If you have a potential topic you believe the readers of this maga-zine would find of interest, contact Don Lilleboe, editor, at (701) 476-2111 or Topics can range from seedbed preparation to pest control to harvest tips; from equip-Plan now to attend the 31st International Sweetener Symposium , to be held August 1-6, 2014 , at the spectacular Stowe Mountain Lodge in Stowe, Vermont. SPONSORED BY AMERICAN SUGAR ALLIANCE Mark Your Calendar! August 1-6, 2014 Stowe Mountain Lodge Stowe, Vermont, USA Attendance at this important industry meeting is an absolute must for all stakeholders. The complex and critical issues the industry is currently facing will be explored in-depth. Will the U.S.-Mexican sweetener market survive suffocating surpluses? Will regional and global supplies continue to outpace demand? What is the long-term outlook for the market? Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Will the continued pursuit of aggressive trade agendas yield new trade agreement(s), and how will world sugar policies and U.S. commodity programs be affected? What opportunities and challenges are emerging in the food manufacturing industry? Traditionally around 400 people from all sectors of the sugar, corn sweetener and food manufacturing industry attend the Symposium to hear the most signifi cant and timely issues affecting the industry and to network with their sweetener industry colleagues. In addition to the compelling program content, the Symposium schedule allows free time every afternoon to enhance your industry relations in this comfortable setting. Preliminary program and registration materials will be available in May. This is one sweetener industry meeting you don’t want to miss! For more information visit THE SUGARBEET GROWER April/May 2014 15

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