Our sugar factories guarantee a stable supply of sugar for the whole of Serbia.


Sunoko is a regional leader in sugar production and one of the most efficient factories in the European sugar industry. In its three sugar factories in Pećinci, Kovačica and Vrbas, it processes 1.7 million tons of sugar beet every year, and produces 260,000 tons of sugar.

Thanks to Sunoko, Serbia is the only country in the Balkans that is self-sufficient in terms of sugar production. In addition, part of the quantity produced is exported, with a great potential for further sales growth on foreign markets.



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Sunoko offers fine white crystal sugar, natural brown sugar and powdered sugar.



The Sunoko Research and Development Centre (RDC) is the first private innovation centre in the field of agriculture in Serbia. It was opened in Indjija in 2020, with an investment of more than EUR 1 million. RDC Sunoko deals with applied research in sugar beet production technology. It implements new scientific knowledge and innovation aimed at increasing productivity and it is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratory equipment. It provides expert and advisory assistance to primary sugar beet producers in order to achieve above-average yields from their fields, while taking care of the land and optimising costs. The education it organises also contributes to promoting the quality of the final product.



The biogas plant in Vrbas operates within Sunoko and uses by-products from the sugar beet processing for green energy generation. The investment of EUR 9.5 million enabled 2.4 MWh of electricity generation, meeting the annual electricity needs of about 5,000 households, while contributing to the preservation of the environment.



Sunoko is diversifying its operations with the new project of the Sunal distillery in Kovačica, the construction of which will be completed by the end of 2026. The investment is worth EUR 33 million and it is expected to produce 30 million litres of alcohol on an annual level. Corn will be used as a raw material for production, and the range will include food alcohol, pharmaceutical alcohol and bioethanol. This investment will contribute to Serbia transforming from an importer to a net exporter of alcohol for the first time.