Our
Story

Proudly Grower Owned

The Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC produces sugar from 
sugarbeets grown by over 700 members of our parent cooperative,
Snake River Sugar Company.  Amalgamated Sugar is the second
largest manufacturer of sugar from sugarbeets in the United States
and sells sugar across the country through our national sales
company, National Sugar Marketing LLC.

Our Work

Grower/Owners

Our growers raise sugarbeets on approximately 180,000 acres of prime irrigated land, producing 7,000,000 tons of sugarbeets annually. Sugarbeets are planted in the spring, harvested in the fall, and contain approximately 18% sugar by weight. Our sugarbeets are processed during the fall and winter at three sugarbeet factories.

Science in Agriculture

Amalgamated Sugar works closely with our growers to improve sugarbeet crops produced through research, striving for data-driven excellence. We conduct studies to improve sugarbeet variety selection, agronomic practices, and integrated pest management. Our goal is to help our growers become more efficient and sustainable while continuing to provide the highest quality products.

Operations

Sugarbeet factories are large scale, heavy industrial facilities. Operating 24/7, the factories process sugarbeets during the fall and winter, produce sugar 11 months per year, and operate molasses separators year-round. Sugarbeets are processed into both refined sugar and animal feed products.

Our Impact

Amalgamated Sugar provides high-quality jobs and stability to many families and individuals. We are dedicated to supporting our growers, the agricultural industry, and all of the customers and communities we serve.

2nd Largest Beet Sugar Producer

Amalgamated Sugar is the second largest beet sugar producer in the United States, producing 12% of the nation's sugar.

Gross State Product Impact

The sugarbeet industry contributes 1.7% of Idaho Gross State Product.

1,700 Employees

We employ over 1,700 employees and produce seven million tons of sugarbeets on 180,000 acres in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
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