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São Martinho Group Announces the Conclusion of the 2010/11 Harvest Year, with Record Crushing Volume at the São Martinho Mill

São Paulo, November 30, 2010 - SÃO MARTINHO S.A. (BM&FBovespa: SMTO3; Reuters: SMTO3 SA and Bloomberg: SMTO3 BZ) announces the conclusion of the 2010/11 harvest year. Sugarcane crushing volume at all the three mills reached 13.1 million metric tons in the harvest year.

The São Martinho Mill, which is the unit located in the city of Pradópolis, set a new crushing record of 8.4 million metric tons, for growth of 3.6% on the previous harvest year.

At its three units, São Martinho, Iracema and Boa Vista, the group crushed 13,067,344 metric tons of sugarcane, which produced 873.4 metric tons of sugar and 565.4 thousand cubic meters of ethanol.

The following table presents a comparison of the performances of the current harvest year in relation to the previous harvest year.

Product 2009/2010 Harvest 2010/2011 Harvest Chg. %
Crushed Sugarcane (‘000 tons) 12.9 13.1 1.6%
Sugar (‘000 tons) 702.3 873.4 24.4%
Ethanol (‘000 m³) 593.6 565.4 -4.8%
Anhydrous 226.4 258.4 14.1%
Hydrous 367.2 307.0 -16.4%

Detailed results of the current harvest year are presented below.

Product São Martinho Mill Iracema Mill Boa Vista Mill
Crushed Sugarcane (‘000 tons) 8.4 2.7 2.0
Sugar (‘000 tons) 654.4 219.0 -
Ethanol (‘000 m³) 311.5 77.8 176.1
Anhydrous 149.8 43.7 65.0
Hydrous 161.7 34.1 111.1

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João Carvalho do Val
Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer

Felipe Vicchiato

Investor Relations Manager

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About São Martinho

The São Martinho Group is one of the largest sugar and ethanol groups in Brazil, and operates three mills: São Martinho, in Pradópolis (in the Ribeirão Preto region of São Paulo state); Iracema, in Iracemápolis (in the Limeira region of São Paulo state); and Boa Vista (in Quirinópolis, 300 km from Goiânia, in Goiás state); as well as a unit producing a ribonucleic acid known as Omtek, which is also based in Iracemápolis. For more information, please visit the website at