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Orange Oil & Terpenes
Market Report Posting - May, 2017





The USDA’s March estimate for Florida’s 2016/2017 crop was below 70 million boxes, down from last year’s total of 81 million. Brazil is estimating that fresh fruit production for the 2016/2017 crop will be down from 2015/2016, an already low year. Availability of both oil and terpenes is limited and pricing continues to firm.


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Orange Oil & Terpenes
Market Report Posting - July, 2016





At the time of writing, several major consumers of Orange Oil & Terpenes had their procurement teams in Brazil negotiating quantities and pricing for the remainder of 2016.   Rumors indicate that pricing is still very firm.  With offers from Brazil lacking, we expect prices to be firm through the end of 2016.


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ORANGE OIL & TERPENES
Market Report Posting - March, 2016





Prices are nearing record levels as we continue to get bad news from growing regions.  Florida’s crop, soon to be over, was the smallest in recent history.  With Brazil’s crop not due to finish for several months we expect that supply will not cover normal demand.


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ORANGE OIL & TERPENES
Market Report Posting - December, 2015





The Department of Agriculture has lowered its monthly projection for the 2015-16 Florida crop from 80 million boxes of Valencia and non-Valencia to 74 million boxes.  This puts the total at 75% of last year’s already smaller than usual crop.  As reports from Brazil continue to reduce crop estimates, there are currently no offers from... Read more »


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ORANGE OIL & TERPENES
Market Report Posting - November, 2015





The fact that several major Brazilian suppliers did not participate in this year’s IFEAT conference is a sign of the state of this market.  Offers are limited and reports indicate that offered Oil tests at 0.8% aldehyde content.  Pricing for Oil and Terpenes continues to firm.


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