Friday, October 21, 2016

Sugar beet field

Sugar beet Fall Field Coca-Cola?
A big sugar beet field near Alby in rural Österhaninge. There are not too many farmers in this part of Sweden who grows these beets. Just three percent of these beets are grown outside of Skåne in the south of the country. But we do have the big Coca-Cola plant nearby in Jordbro. They always tell us that they will use locally produced cultivators, and as this is the same sugar that you get from the sugarcane, chances are that it will be used to make Coca-Cola.


William Kendall said...

It looks like a lot!

Lowell said...

I don't think I've ever knowingly seen a sugar beet field before. We grow sugar cane in south central Florida. The growers are one of the state's greatest polluters of rivers and the Everglades.

Jack said...

Three different ways to look at the field. I vote for #1.