International Sugar Organisation (ISO) in its 63rd council meeting headquartered in London has announced India to be the Chair of Organisation for the year 2024. This is the huge achivement for the country to lead global sugar sector and refection of growing stature of the country in this domin. While attending the ISO council meeting, Shri Sanjeev Chopra, Secretary (Food) Government of India, remarked this during its period of chairmanship of ISO in
2024. India seeks support and co-operation from all member countries and would like to focus on bringing together all member countries to adopt more sustainable practices in sugarcane cultivation, sugar and ethonol production and better utilisation of by-products. zonthe technical side also, National Sugar Institute, Kanpur has spread its wings and collaborating with many countries including Indonesia, Nigeria, Fuji and Egypt etc., for sharing the latest tech- nologies in the sector and best practices.