maltolethylmaltol

November 2017




With the major producer still shut down these two are short. There are no offers on Maltol coming from China, and Ethyl Maltol continues to be limited with prices climbing weekly.


maltolethylmaltol

September 2017




Production at one of the three producing factories in China is in the process of being expanded. This expansion is supposed to be completed by late Autumn. While there are quantities available, prices are still high, and probably won’t soften until this producer is ready with his expanded capacity. Circumstances and actual demand will determine what will happen to prices.


maltolethylmaltol

August 2017




Prices remain high as production is still limited.


maltolethylmaltol

April 2017




Pricing has spiked upwards as a key requirement for the production of US Natural is currently not available.  Due to factories closing there are also shortages on synthetic versions of these products.


maltolethylmaltol

March 2017




There are suggestions that a major producer has not yet reopened causing prices to rise as stocks tighten.  There are also suggestions that feedstock has become an issue.  Prices have firmed.