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The Chamber of Food Industries coordinates with the "Provisioning" to meet the sugar needs of factories


Engineer Ashraf Al-Jazairly, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Food Industries in the Federation of Egyptian Industries, announced the continuation of coordination between the Chamber and the Ministries of Supply and Internal Trade and the Ministry of Trade and Industry to follow up and monitor the factories' needs of sugar on a daily basis.


The head of the chamber said in a statement today, "There is a direct communication channel open with the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade to monitor any shortage in the supplied quantities of sugar."


The Chamber sent a message to all member companies of the Sugar and Sweets Division to communicate with the Chamber of Food Industries in the Federation of Egyptian Industries in case they face problems in meeting their sugar needs.


In the same context, the Sugar and Sweets Division of the Chamber of Food Industries, headed by Dr. Mohamed Fawzy, held a meeting to discuss companies' concerns about the availability of sugar in the markets during the past days.


The head of the Sugar and Sweets Division in the Chamber of Food Industries announced the continuation of communication between the companies and the Chamber and the Ministries of Supply and Internal Trade and Industry and Trade to follow up the situation and work on developing mechanisms to deal with any emergency or challenges that may face the availability of sugar for industrial purposes and dealing with it as an important strategic commodity to ensure the full functioning of food factories. capacity and maintain price stability.


 The Division stressed the need to respond to rumors or concerns about the lack of sugar supply by making the required quantities available to the industry and placing additional quantities in the market by issuing instructions to the sugar producing companies to cover the needs of the factories.


The division pointed out the importance of the state's role and its continuation in managing the sugar system and controlling production and inventory to prevent market manipulation.


The members of the division stressed the need to activate the role of the Supreme Committee for the circulation of sugar and increase the percentage of representation of the Chamber in the Supreme Committee for Sugar, in addition to activating the principle of the free market mechanism that provides a flexible price in accordance with the requirements and conditions of the market.

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