We write today about the ongoing negotiations with Mexico regarding the antidumping and countervailing duty cases against Mexican sugar imports. As Senators who represent states with a large presence of food and beverage manufacturers, we are concerned that any trade renegotiation will increase sugar prices in the United States and hurt American consumers. It is essential that the U.S. and Mexican governments forego additional trade restrictions or price controls on sugar that would ultimately raise prices for American families and threaten U.S. jobs in the food manufacturing industry.