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If you buy sugar from the UK there is a good chance that it started here. Standing on the banks of the River Yare, overlooking the Cantley Marshes, this is Cantley sugar beet processing factory. Every day during the winter period over 8,000 tonnes of beet is cooked to extract the sugar. Hundreds of huge lorries daily bring the crop from a radius of over forty miles. The smoke can be seen from quite some distance due to the flatness of our countryside. I live over 20 miles away and if the wind is in the south I can smell it.
On the plus side there is many acres of settlement lagoons where the sludge is deposited. These are a magnet for waders and wildfowl. When the factory is not in production you are allowed to go birdwatching there, and it has turned up many rarities.