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CASSIA OIL & NATURAL BENZALDEHYDE


April 2016

Similarly to Eucalyptus, cold in southern China has caused major damage to the trees.  One report indicates that the upcoming Spring crop will be 20% smaller than last year’s.  Belief among our sources is inconclusive. Some believe that the traditionally larger Spring crop will ease prices and some say that a shortened Spring crop will not cover demand.  Prices for these two ingredients have increased and we expect this trend to continue for several months.




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CASSIA OIL


November 2015

Price increases of $0.02 – 0.05/kilo have been reported at the farm level.  Reports also indicate a 100 ton carryover from the spring crop and a lower yield on the Autumn Crop that means higher costs.  Pricing will be adjusted by the end of November and any changes are expected to be minimal.




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