Sugar arrives at Spangler Candy Company in Bryan for storage. Pictured is Terry Mullin of Caro, Michigan, a driver for Countryside Transportation, who transported sugar Monday from Bay City, Michigan. Courtesy photo

Spangler Candy Company is among the business forces utilizing sugar on a regular basis that have joined the cause to call for what advocates call “modest” reforms to a U.S. sugar program that has remained unchanged for 80 years.

Since the Great Depression, subsidies to sugar growers and processors, quotas on imports and domestic production and minimum price setting have been in place.

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