India is the world's biggest producer and consumer of sugar, yet cane farmers are on the warpath.Read more
BBC Breakfast's Ben Thompson visits Tate and Lyle's sugar warehouse in east London to find out just how ready the company is for Brexit.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how saccharin became a million dollar idea.
Almost half of all land disputes between sugar companies and local communities across Africa last more than a decade. New research from the Overseas Development Institute says it's costing companies up to US$100 million in lost revenue, often due to land disputes. Anna Locke from the Overseas Development Institute says there are ways to resolve the problems. (Pic: Sugar in the palm of workers hands ; Credit: Reuters)
Labour MP who was diagnosed with type two diabetes and lost seven stone joins "Fizz Free February" campaign.