Agrimoney’s Markets Extra collates estimates for where leading commentators see output ending up for the top sugar exporter.
The data below include forecasts for both the Centre South and North East regions.
Note that the International Sugar Organization uses strictly an October-to-September crop year, while many other commentators cover Brazil on an April-to-March basis.
Estimates for 2020-21 are available by clicking here.
|Forecasts for Brazilian sugar production, 2021-22|
|Cane area (m hectares)
||Cane output (m tonnes)
||% Cane for sugar
||Sugar (m tonnes)
||Exports (m tonnes)||Date|
|Fitch Analytics||37.241||March 31 2021|
|Refinitiv||8.528||636.895||January 20 2021|
|Fitch Analytics||37.130||December 15 2020|
|Fitch Analytics||39.421||September 29 2020|