Sugar policy drives up cost, critics say

03/28/2013 | National Public Radio

U.S. sugar policy has caused the product to cost twice as much domestically as the world average, critics say, and taxpayers will foot the bill this year for buying below-price sugar back from farmers. "The U.S. sugar system is essentially a Soviet-style control on production," said Chris Edwards, an economist at the Cato Institute.

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