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Citronellal ex Eucalyptus Citriodora
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Natural Citronellal is isolated from the Eucalyptus Citriodora tree reaching an assay of 95%+ or higher (CHECK!!!) With similarities to synthetic citronellal, it is used in an assortment of citrus, floral, and fruity flavors but more widely used in fragrance applications.  The aroma is waxy, floral, aldehydic and slightly sweet.  The floralcy is much more... Read more »



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Citronella Oils
Market Report Posting - November, 2018





With the Chinese Crop seriously impacted by heavy rainfall prices continue to firm. As a reference, 2015 China’s production was 2,300 tons, 2016, 1,500 tons and 2017 1,200 tons. The estimate for 2018, is lower than 2017. Indonesia, suffering heavy rains also, has had limited availability. Prices are firm.


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Citronella Oil Chinese
Market Report Posting - February, 2018





As mentioned above, prolonged heavy rains kept output down.  One report indicates total produced in 2017 was only 40% of 2016’s total and only 25% of 2015’s.  Besides the rains, low prices have discouraged farmers.  With the extraordinary demand arising this year, one would expect that there will be an overabundance in 2019, starting the... Read more »


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Hydroxycitronellal
Feature Product Posting - June, 2017





Hydroxycitronellal is an intensely floral ingredient that has experienced growing popularity in recent years.  As a number of lily-like ingredients are being phased out for regulatory reasons, Hydroxycitronellal has been substituted as an impactful mid range white floral in fragrances. Hydroxycitronellal also finds some use in floral flavors and in some berry profiles.    


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Citronella Oils
Market Report Posting - May, 2017





Pricing for both Indonesian and Chinese oils continues to firm. With the long rainy season in Indonesia and bad weather in China, the February/March crops were off. Next crop time in China begins in July and the dry season in Indonesia should start in May.


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Citronella Oils
Market Report Posting - April, 2017





There have been heavy rains in Indonesia and continued rain in the growing regions in Southern China at the end of 2016.  The Chinese crop is reportedly off by 15-20% and internal demand in Indonesia is strong.  This has translated into higher prices as availability is becoming limited.  


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Citronella Oil Chinese
Market Report Posting - February, 2017





Chinese production in 2016 was approximately two thirds of that of 2015.  This was due to a combination of low prices discouraging farmers from distilling, environmental protection policies, and bad weather.  With Indonesia acting as an alternative to China in 2016, supply was stable.  Now with steady rains, their supply has become limited.  As a... Read more »


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Eucalyptus Citriodora Chinese
Market Report Posting - February, 2018





Due to several years of relatively low prices, farmers were reluctant to distill this year.  With the current shortage of synthetic Hydroxycitronellal and Citronellal, and heavy rains keeping production of Citronella oil extremely low, Citriodora demand has far outstripped current supply.  Reports indicate prices will continue to climb until new crop oil becomes available late... Read more »


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