Strong partners from the ground up.

Formed in 1994, United Sugar Producers & Refiners is a marketing cooperative currently supplying approximately one-quarter of the total U.S. sugar demand. Our fully integrated business structure of pooled members makes us a uniquely capable sugar resource, providing sugar for almost any use, industrial or retail. If you need sugar, you won’t find a more reliable or proficient partner.

United’s Members

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American Crystal Sugar Company

American Crystal Sugar Company has its corporate headquarters and research center in Moorhead, Minnesota. American Crystal is the largest beet sugar manufacturer in the United States, with factories throughout the Red River Valley. American Crystal is owned by approximately 2,600 shareholders and employs close to 1,500 people full-time, and an additional 650 seasonal workers.

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Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative

Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative has its office and beet processing factory in Wahpeton, North Dakota. Minn-Dak is owned by approximately 500 shareholders and employs 450 people.

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United States Sugar

Founded in 1931, U.S. Sugar is Florida’s largest grower of sugar cane, farming approximately 200,000 acres in South-Central Florida and producing more 850,000 tons of raw sugar per year. U.S. Sugar owns two factories, located in Clewiston, FL and Savannah, GA.

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Wyoming Sugar Company, LLC

Wyoming Sugar operates one beet sugar factory located in Worland, Wyoming. They produce approximately 1 million cwt of sugar annually. Wyoming Sugar has 42 members and employs 147 full-time employees.

Ethics, integrity and trust

You deserve a business partner you can trust, on every level. Accordingly, we are proud to share the full complement of compliance, governance and ethics programs that guide us, further assuring you that we are doing the right thing at all times.

Codes of conduct

Each of our co-op partners maintains a strict Code of Conduct that lays out requirements and expectations for employees, officers, and directors. With guidance on issues ranging from conflicts of interest to grievance mechanisms, and additional support from human resource and the general counsel’s office, every employee is empowered to make ethical decisions.