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Ragus driven Ecurie Ecosse GT3. Ragus continued their hugely successful partnership with the famous Ecurie Ecosse racing team during the 2014 season, and following the team’s victory in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship, the legendary Scottish team invited Ragus to sample their championship winning BMW Z4 GT3 at Donington Park in Leicestershire. Ben Eastick […]
A new and revitalised Sugarmark website has been launched as Sugarmark moves into the 21st century representing the positive messages of naturally grown pure sugar. Learn more about Sugarmark at www.sugarmark.co.uk
Market Position The global demand to buy sugar continues to be weak due to a high level of stocks held by importing countries which is resulting in continuing falling domestic prices. The northern hemisphere cane harvest is now complete and the Brazilian Centre/South harvest is ahead of schedule, although sugar exports are down compared […]
Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull’s Marco Attard is the new Avon Tyres British GT champion after a nerve-jangling afternoon was spent largely on the sidelines at Donington Park’s season finale last weekend (September 13/14). Despite the legendary Scottish squad’s Barwell Motorsport-run #79 BMW Z4 GT3 suffering only its second non-finish of the season […]
With the media surrounding the sugar debate and transparency of the food supply chain becoming a must for consumers, the sugar market has once again proved itself to be a changeable one. Ben Eastick, Director of sugar and syrup specialists Ragus, talks to Kennedy’s about his certainty that sugar remains the gold standard sweetener for […]
This week Peter Eells the Head Brewer at the famous Timothy Taylor’s brewery at Keighley, West Yorkshire came to visit the Ragus refinery. Head Brewer Peter Eells with Ragus Factory Manager Mel Boyle. Mr Eells commented: Timothy Taylor’s is a long-time customer of Ragus and both companies are a leading example of what can be […]