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Agricultural trade


Wheat is one of the most important food products known to man. It is the second most produced grain crop in the world. More than two thirds of the world’s wheat is used for making further food products, namely; high-quality bread and other bread-based products, such as biscuits, cakes and pasta, as well as animal feed.



One of the main products obtained from sugar beet is sugar beet pulp. After it has been pressed, and its sugar and juice have been extracted, beet pulp is dried and pressed into pellets. This can be then used as animal feed. Beet fibre is easy to digest and is an excellent starch-free energy source for cattle and horses.

This type of forage is very popular amongst dairy farmers as a complex carbohydrate feed. It is also widely used as an ingredient in pet food production. Significant increases in sugar beet cultivation in recent years has led to a rise in pelleted beet pulp production.

With the ever-increasing demand for this product, ACC is actively engaged in delivering pelleted beet pulp to dairy producers and cattle breeders in the EU, Morocco and Central Asia. Export is achieved by utilising all types of multimodal transport, including railroad, shipping and container deliveries.

In order to minimise the risks to the exporters and importers products, ACC takes full responsibility upon itself for the quality and quantity of the stored product, and also acts as a trader and a consultant in purchases and sales.


Beet sugar is produced from sugar beet liquor, and is a source of sucrose and glucose. This type of sugar is grown in many countries and is used in all types of food production.

Europe successfully exports this product to Central Asia and even farther afield, and in the last decade has become a large net exporter of white crystalline beet sugar.

Starting in 2016, ACC has successfully dealt in the export of white beet sugar. By 2020, our company was already exporting more than 80 000 tons of white sugar per annum.



Unrefined beet sugar results from an incomplete refining process. This type of sugar retains a large part of its natural constituents, which gives it a distinct aroma and flavour.

This type of sugar is used in the confectionary industry, and is also exported for further processing and refinement into white crystalline sugar.

Central Asian countries, especially Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, are large consumers of unrefined beet sugar. Further processing and refinement of this product ensures that the local sugar processing plants remain open, providing employment, and protects local consumers from significant price fluctuations. Their export markets are also protected through the diversification of this raw product.

ACC is following current market trends, and at present is actively developing this direction of business venture. As a result of the recent successful agricultural seasons, the export volume of unrefined beet sugar is somewhere in the region of 100 000 tons per year.

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