LONDON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - A total of 345,400 tonnes of white sugar from India and Brazil has been tendered against the October contract on ICE Futures Europe, exchange data showed on Wednesday.
The October contract expired on Tuesday.
The sugar included 162,050 tonnes with a load port of Kakinada in India.
The load ports in Brazil were Paranagua (55,000 tonnes), Suape (47,850), Natal (6,000) and Recife (74,500).
The buyer was BNP Paribas SA (345,400 tonnes).
The sellers were ED&F Man Capital Markets Ltd (55,900 tonnes), Louis Dreyfus Company Suisse SA (70,000), Macquarie Bank Ltd (72,100), BNP Paribas SA (25,000) and Sucden Financial Ltd (122,400). (Reporting by Nigel Hunt; editing by Jason Neely and Shailesh Kuber)
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