Safflower Market Firms on Supply-Demand Fundamentals

de Guzman, Doris
March 2005
Chemical Market Reporter;3/7/2005, Vol. 267 Issue 10, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on the pricing pressure for safflower oil in the U.S. Decrease in the production of safflower seed; Farmers' preference to grow other crops, owing to safflower's low contract price; Influence of the decline in planted acreage along with adverse weather conditions to the level of safflower seed output.


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