Sugar price development since the end of quotas

The end of sugar beet quotas in Europe was seen by some of its promoters as an opportunity to adapt the volume of production to demand. But, four years after the end of quotas, the delivery prices of sugar on the territory of the European Community are struggling to keep up with European fundamentals and, by extension, the sugar beet price. This situation limits the adaptation of supply to demand, challenging the sustainability of the European sugar sector. How can we solve this?