Brazil produces record amount of sugar in the 2nd half of July.

Brazil center-south region produced 3.41 million tonnes of sugar in the second half of July, the most for a 15-day period, as very dry weather allowed mills to work around the clock in the world largest cane belt. Mills allocated 50.33 percent of the cane to sugar production in the second half of July, versus 48.05 percent a year earlier.