Sunflowerseed Oil Outlook Remains Soft for Rest of Year

Papnikolaw, Jim
May 2000
Chemical Market Reporter;05/01/2000, Vol. 257 Issue 18, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that the soft global oilseed market in the United States (US) has kept the price of sunflowerseed oil down despite a harvest hampered by wet weather in 1999. Improvements in plantings and adoption of higher-value sunflower hybrids in 2000; Price of sunflowerseed oil per metric ton in South America; Projected production of sunflowerseed in the US during the 1999-2000 marketing year.


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