Sugar program reforms could be in the offing

03/8/2012 | CampusProgress.org

Since 1995, several bills have been floated in the U.S. Congress to alter the federal sugar program, and none of them have passed. There are four more floating around this session. Critics say the program means consumers pay more for products with sugar since imported sugar can't be used. Reformers want to roll back the program so food processors can buy lower-priced sugar.

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