Sugarbeet Grower Magazine

March 17, 2021

“Endurance athletes in the American sugarbeet industry have always understood the value of sugar and the important role in plays in getting them over the finish line.” Laura Rutherford, sugarbeet farmer and endurance runner, talked to six of these athletes, including Andy Fiske, VP of Finance and Operations at the Sugar Association, about how they use sucrose for success in their daily diets and training.

Read the full article at: https://www.agweek.com/sugarbeet/6894446-From-Sweets-to-Sweat-Sugarbeet-industry-members-find-love-for-endurance-sports

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