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Sugar beet is the natural resource from which sugar has been extracted in Europe for more than 200 years. This is the long tradition behind Nordzucker, the company that has been producing sugar of the highest quality since 1838, and is now Europe's second largest sugar producer. With around 3,300 employees in 18 European locations, we supply the food industry, the retail trade and consumers with products of the highest quality.

Find out more here about our company, our time-honoured locations, and our long history. In the sustainability section you can read about our commitment to today's and tomorrow's generations, our social responsibility, and our pro-environment approach. This section also contains the press sector, and useful information about Nordzucker as a potential employer with interesting career opportunities.

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    Nordzucker acquires majority stake in Mackay Sugar

    Nordzucker has successfully completed the acquisition of a 70 percent majority stake in Mackay Sugar Limited (MSL), Australia's second-largest sugar producer. In February of this year, Nordzucker signed an agreement with MSL to acquire 70 percent of the share capital. The closing of the t ... more

    Nordzucker agrees majority stake in Mackay Sugar Limited

    Nordzucker and Mackay Sugar Limited have contractually agreed that Nordzucker will acquire a 70 per cent majority stake in Australia's second-largest sugar producer. Nordzucker is thus building up production capacities outside Europe and consistently pursuing its strategy of focusing on sug ... more

    Nordzucker starts comprehensive transformation process

    Nordzucker focuses entirely on sugar - in its core market of Europe and globally. Due to the significantly more volatile and highly competitive market environment, a comprehensive internal transformation process is being initiated with the aim of stabilizing the company in low-price phases ... more

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