COVID-19 - ISO Secretariat

Due to the exceptional circumstances (COVID-19) the ISO Secretariat will close the office with effect from 16:00 hours on Friday, 20 March 2020 until further notice. All staff members will work from home and are all reachable, preferably by email or the usual telephone number.


2020 African Sugar Summit, SUGARONLINE - July 7-10, 09:00 (UK):

José Orive will moderate the opening panel with the Director of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA) and the Secretary General of the African and Caribbean Group of States, several delegates of ISO Member countries will be in a panel session about the “Africa Sugar Development Task Force (ASDTF)” and ISO will participate in the Q&A with Senior Economist Peter de Klerk.


ISO Zoom Conference – July 15, 15:00 (UK) “COVID pandemic impact on Sugar and Alcohol” by Dr Plinio Nastari, President, DATAGRO

Dr Nastari is one of the most renowned experts in the sugar world and his firm DATAGRO is recognized as one of the top analysis and consultant firms globally. He will address this key topic with insights on Brazil’s experience, including the …...


ISO Sugar and Ethanol Yearbook

ISO Sugar and Ethanol Yearbook now available to order - limited copies available


Future Events

ISO Summer Series of Zoom Conferences and Webinars
02 Jul 2020 -
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29th International Sugar Organization Seminar
24 Nov 2020 - East Wintergarden, 43 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London E14 5NX
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