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Vetiver Oil
Market Report Posting - May, 2018





Rains during the traditional harvest period in Haiti have deterred some farmers from harvesting in addition to diminishing the yields from roots that are harvested.  In Indonesia available quantities this year are higher than those of last year.


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Vetiver Oil Haiti
Market Report Posting - July, 2017





Production is limited due to the continued suffering from the effects of the heavy rains that occurred and considerably delayed distillation. Strong demand has forced prices to climb higher.  With the major harvest in January/February, relief is not expected soon.


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HAITI
Market Report Posting - August, 2018





With fuel oil prices rising, a bad situation became worse, with political instability increasing. There was rioting and there were deaths. The President has been ousted. Fortunately production of Vetiver had ceased and stocks were shipped.


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Cedryl Acetate
Feature Product Posting - October, 2017





Cedryl Acetate is acetylated from cedarwood oil.  Its aroma is woody, slightly leathery with an earthy undertone similar to that of vetiver. Cedryl Acetate’s fixative properties work well in soaps, especially those where a lighter, creamier woody note is needed.  In other fragrance applications it blends well with Iso Bornyl Acetate, Lavandin Oils, and Ionones.... Read more »


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Guaiacwood Acetate
Feature Product Posting - May, 2017





Guaiacwood Acetate is derived from the essential oil of Bulnesia sarmienti, a hardwood tree native to the Gran Chaco region of Paraguay, Argentina, and Southern Brazil.  It differentiates itself from the essential oil by a reduced “smoked ham” note in favor of the more delicate sweet woody, floral character also found in the wood.  Additionally,... Read more »


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