U.S. deliveries for human consumption for 2016/17 are increased by 100,000 short tons, raw value (STRV) to 12.300 million based on pace-to-date through the end of May. Florida sugar production for 2016/17 is increased by 3,795 STRV to 2.055 million based on end-ofseason processor reporting to the USDA. Ending stocks are decreased by the sum of these adjustments to 1.440 million STRV, implying a stocks-to-use ratio of 11.4 percent. Imports for 2017/18 are increased by 225,445 STRV to 3.557 million. The increase is comprised of 176,370 STRV of additional specialty sugar that enters under the 2017/18 refined sugar tariffrate quota and an additional 49,075 STRV from Mexico. Deliveries for human consumption are projected to increase one-percent over the estimate for 2016/17 to 12.423 million STRV. Ending stocks for 2017/18 are projected at 1.132 million STRV, implying a stocks-to-use ratio of 9.0 percent. Mexico 2016/17 sugar imports intended for the IMMEX product re-export program are increased by 10,000 metric tons (MT) to 60,000 based on the pace to date. Sugar exports for 2016/17 to non-U.S. destinations are increased by 15,000 MT to 165,000 based on the pace to date. Exports to non-U.S. destinations for 2017/18 are decreased 15,000 MT to 10,000 based on expected higher-valued export alternatives to the U.S. market. Deliveries for the IMMEX program for 2017/18 are reduced 60,000 MT to 330,000. For 2017/18, exports to the United States are projected at 1.561 million MT. These exports are projected as the lower of the following: (1) anticipated U.S. Needs of 2.048 million MT as defined in the Suspension Agreements; or (2) the export level that yields an ending stocks-to-consumption ratio of 18.0 percent. The 18-percent stocks-to-consumption ratio is an assumed lower bound necessary for use until the new Mexico sugarcane harvest is well underway.