The farmers had given the management a 10-day ultimatum to address their grievances.
They stopped delivering sugarcane last Monday when the company did not honour their demands.
The company will pay the farmers Sh3,100 per tonne of sugarcane, up from Sh3,000. "... and we are promising to increase the price further once the sugar industry in the country stabilises," said Malde.
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