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Economic Experts to Bring Dynamic Agriculture Discussion to Sweetener Colloquium

Nov 07, 2018

It’s been nearly a decade since the financial crisis and the Great Recession and the U.S. economy is regaining its strength and resilience. The U.S. agricultural economy, however, is not benefiting from the current optimistic or “bull” market, according to a panel of financial experts.

Luke Chandler, chief economist at Deere & Company, Christian Lawrence, senior market strategist at Rabobank, and Randy Green, principal of Watson Green LLC, are bringing a brand-new session to the dynamic program of the upcoming International Sweetener Colloquium, Feb. 24-27, in Aventura, Florida.

In the U.S. Economic Outlook, the panelists will provide an overview of U.S. economic prospects and offer a forecast for U.S. agricultural interests. Early registration for the event ends Nov. 16.

International Sweetener Colloquium

The International Sweetener Colloquium, will be held Feb. 24-27 at the Turnberry Isle Miami in Aventura, Florida, just outside the city of Miami. Co-hosted by IDFA and the Sweetener Users Association, the event will bring together key players from all sectors of the global sweetener industry to discuss the current environment, challenging issues and the future of the industry.

Attendees will be given the opportunity to participate in content-rich sessions with presentations from a wide range of speakers, addressing the latest challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Topics will cover everything from government regulations and international trade issues to current research findings and market trends.

Read more and register here.

Members with questions may contact Melissa Lembke, IDFA director of programs and partnerships, at mlembke@idfa.org.

 
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