Currently the government controls who can grow and process sugar and how much can be imported. All of these controls are for one purpose: guaranteeing that sugar producers and processors always profit. When sugar prices are high, consumers pay nearly double the world market rate. When prices are low, the government bails out sugar producers. Over the next few years American consumers could pay hundreds of millions of dollars to purchase excess sugar. It also puts at risk the more than 600,000 American manufacturing jobs supported by sugar using manufacturers of the sweet products we all love, like Goetze's Caramel Creams, Mary Sue Candies, Wockenfuss Candies, and yes, H&S Bakery bread!