Costa Rica has 13 active sugarcane mills distributed throughout the country to process sugarcane, which allows producers to collect and process their production in industrial facilities relatively close to them and under law-regulated conditions.
Their cane comes from the cantons of Turrialba and Jimenez.
Azucarera El Palmar
Their cane comes from the cantons of Puntarenas, Montes de Oro, and Abangares.
Azucarera El Viejo
Their cane comes from the cantons of Carrillo, Bagaces, Nicoya, and Liberia.
Their cane comes from the cantons of Liberia, Carrillo, and Santa Cruz.
This cane comes from the cantons of Buenos Aires and Perez Zeledon.
Cane from Grecia, San Carlos, San Ramón, Naranjo, Atenas, Turrubares, and Alajuela.
This cane comes from the cantons of Los Chiles and San Carlos.
Their cane comes from the cantons of Grecia, Alajuela, and Poas.
Hacienda Juan Viñas
Cane from the cantons of Turrialba, Jimenez, Paraíso, and Alvarado.
Ingenio San Rafael
Su caña proviene de los cantones de Cañas, Bagaces y Abangares.
This cane comes from the cantons of Grecia and San Carlos.
Cane directly from the cantons of San Carlos and Los Chiles.
Their cane comes from the cantons of Cañas, Bagaces and Abangares.
MILL LOCATIONS IN COSTA RICA
The Sugarcane Chamber is the organization made up by the 13 sugar cane producing mills in Costa Rica. It was established on November 21, 1949 to promote progress in the industry, for problem solving cooperation, to promote good relationships between sugarcane producers, to recommend measures to improve their worker’s wellbeing, and to promote initiatives, within their activities, that would contribute to the development of Costa Ricans.
The mills in the Chamber are located in four areas:
We invite you to access the platform Cultivating the Future, a space for the whole sugar cane sector in Costa Rica, with the objective of providing general information to increase your knowledge and concepts related to sustainability, so together we can build a more efficient and competitive sector.