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Iran cuts sugar imports by 12% amid rise in domestic output
Iran cut sugar imports by 12% in the eight months to late November amid a major rise in domestic output, says an official in the country’s Government Trading Corporation (GTC).
Iran expected to cut sugar imports with increased domestic production
An official at the Iranian Agriculture Ministry said domestic output of sugar would be enough to meet some 70% of the country’s demand for the produce in fiscal year to March 2020.
Excess intake of sugar can multiply cancer cells, claims a new study
Sugar does not enjoy a good reputation when it comes to health — it is blamed for your large waistline, increased risk of acne, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. If these reasons were not enough then there is another reason to abandon your sweet tooth once and for all. As per Belgian researchers, sugar could also incite the growth of cancer tumors in the body.
High sugar diet may damage gut health: Experts
Added sugar in our everyday diet has long been associated with several health-related issues including obesity and diabetes.
Sugar-based signature identifies T cells where HIV hides despite antiretroviral therapy
Scientists at The Wistar Institute may have discovered a new way of identifying and targeting hidden HIV viral reservoirs during treatment with antiretroviral therapy (ART). These findings were published in Cell Reports and may have translational implications for improving the long-term care of HIV positive people.
Iran’s Chabahar port takes delivery of large sugar cargo
Chabahar port on the Sea of Oman takes delivery of large cargoes of essential goods, said the director general of the provincial Ports and Maritime Department adding that a ship carrying over 66,000 tons of sugar had docked at the port earlier.
India sugar exports boosted by strong demand from Iran, Indonesia
Sugar exports from India have gained momentum due to strong demand from Iran and Indonesia as the rupee slid to a record low, increasing exporters’ margins from overseas sales, five industry officials told Reuters.
Smart contact lens accurately monitors blood sugar in rabbits, human tests next
People with diabetes may soon have a new weapon as they battle to monitor their blood sugar — their eyes.
India sugar shippers target ‘golden opportunity’ in Indonesia
Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
Struggling to quit sugar? You might not be sleeping enough
If you find yourself eating too much added sugar and unhealthy fats, it might be because you're not getting enough sleep, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
India sugar production for 2019-20 estimate at 26m tons, big revision unlikely: ISMA
Indian sugar production estimates for the 2019/20 season are unlikely to be revised upwards by much from 26 million tons, when the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) meets to review figures towards February-end, the trade body said on Tuesday.
Amount of sugar sold in soft drinks drops by 29% in UK
Lead researcher Lauren Bandy and her colleagues looked at the nutritional information of a range of soft drinks in the UK, including carbonated drinks, concentrates, 100 percent juice, juice drinks, energy drinks, sports drinks and bottled water, and combined this with sales data from 2015-2018.
How sponges eat all seawater sugar
For centuries, scientists, even Darwin, couldn’t make sense of it: Tropical water contains so few nutrients, you can see right through it. And yet coral reefs are oases that support about a quarter of all known species on Earth.
Subsidy helps India traders sell sugar to Iran: Report
Indian mills are selling sugar to Iran after New Delhi announced a subsidy to help cash-strapped mills export a surplus, five traders said, as Tehran strives to secure food supplies under US sanctions.
Bracing for Brexit: French food companies fear cost of 'no deal'
White smoke billows from a chimney at a sugar beet factory in northern France, where a tanker truck is filling up on the region's "white gold".

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