The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday it plans to stave off possible sugar loan forfeitures by purchasing approximately 300,000 tons of sugar from the U.S. market.
While the move is expected to bolster sagging U.S. sugar prices for producers, it is unlikely to impact what consumers pay for sugar or sugar-containing products such as cookies and candy.
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