|price of sugar philippines||0.78||0.9||6001||86|
|white sugar price philippines||1.98||0.3||9852||17|
|powdered sugar price philippines||1.91||0.5||2428||70|
|sugar price per kilo philippines 2022||0.79||0.4||6333||94|
|brown sugar price philippines||0.68||0.5||6607||46|
|granulated sugar price philippines||1.96||0.1||788||39|
|sugar price philippines 2022||0.45||0.3||9696||47|
|white sugar price per kilo philippines 2022||1.41||0.5||3882||7|
|white sugar price philippines 2022||0.9||1||8872||34|
|white sugar price philippines supermarket||1.17||0.4||1003||50|
|white sugar price philippines 2021||0.69||0.3||2416||11|
|white sugar price per kilo philippines||1.23||1||5599||29|
|white sugar 1kg price philippines||1.16||0.6||9232||89|
|1 kilo white sugar price philippines||0.6||0.8||2141||30|
|1 kg white sugar price philippines||0.89||1||4022||17|
|1/4 white sugar price philippines||1.71||0.5||8839||14|
|refined white sugar price philippines||1.35||0.6||6281||2|
Retail prices of sugar in supermarkets in Metro Manila reached as high as 126 Philippine pesos per kilo or 2.24 U.S. dollars, nearly thrice as much as the previous year's retail price. Get notified via email when this statistic is updated. One Philippine peso is equal to 0.018 U.S. dollars and 0.018 euros as of August 2022.Is there a sugar shortage in the Philippines?
The Philippines is currently facing a massive shortage in sugar supply, with large soda companies even reporting disrupted operations due to the ongoing shortage. Retail prices of sugar in supermarkets in Metro Manila reached as high as 126 Philippine pesos per kilo or 2.24 U.S. dollars, nearly thrice as much as the previous year's retail price.How much does Millgate sugar cost?
At present, millgate prices range from P70 to P75 per kilogram for white sugar and P60 to P65 per kilogram for brown, with a planters' representative saying middlemen are justified in adding P28 per kilogram for white, and P18 to P20 per kilogram for brown sugar.Why are sugar prices so high?
SUGAR producers said on Thursday that the supply of sugar is ample and blamed the prevailing high prices on “manipulation and hoarding.” United Sugar Producers Federation President Manuel R. Lamata blamed the manipulation on some traders he did not identify.