How Many Sugar Factory Are There In Mauritius

A sugar factory is a factory which refines sugar from organic sources into a form that can be used in cooking etc.

How Many Sugar Factory Are There In Mauritius

Sugar is used for soft drinks, sweetened beverages, convenience foods, fast food, candy, confectionery, baked products, and other sweetened foods. Sugarcane is used in the distillation of rum.


Sugar factories in Mauritius produce about 600,000 tons of sugar from around 5.8 million tons of sugarcane which is cultivated on an agricultural area of about 72,000 hectares.

1. Mon Loisir Sugar Factory

Address: VMPJ+R5C, Rivière du Rempart, Mauritius

Phone: +230 5481 5597

2. Britannia Sugar Factory

Address: Rd Behind Sugar Factory, Britannia, Mauritius

3. Savannah Sugar Factory – Omnicane

Address: Savannah Sugar Industry, L Escalier, Mauritius

4. Mare La Chaux Sugar Mill

Address: Quatre Cocos, Mauritius

5. Alteo Limited

Address: Union Flacq Mauritius, FLACQ 41903, Mauritius

Phone: +230 650 3400

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6. Saint Antoine Sugar Estate

Address: Sugar Factory, Goodlands, Mauritius

Phone: +230 283 9551

7. Benares Sugar Estate

Address: Benares, Mauritius

8. Sugar Planters Mechanical Pool Corporation

Address: RFJM+428 Iframac Road, Port Louis, Mauritius

Phone: +230 212 0725

9. TERRA – Terra Mauricia Ltd

Address: Terragen Power Plant, Belle Vue Harel, Pamplemousses, Plaine Des Papayes, Mauritius

Phone: +230 266 8485

10. Beau Champ Sugar Mill

Address: PQFM+P8H, Beau Champ, Mauritius

Where is sugar produced in Mauritius?

Sugar cane is present all over the island, from North to South, from East to West. And even in certain central regions such as Saint Pierre or Moka. The island has had an incredible history with its many sugar cane factories throughout the country.

Who built the first sugar mill in Mauritius?

Sugar cane was introduced to Mauritius by the Dutch settlers as far back as 1639, but it was the French Governor Mahé de Labourdonnais who opened the first sugar estate in 1743.