Latest Market Info: Mar, 2023
Prices for dillweed material have moved up as a result of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
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2/14/22: High demand for Dillweed Oil has depleted 12 months worth of carryover; the 2021 yields have been below average due to drought and heat stress issues. This means that commodity prices are high and input costs have increased dramatically, making farmers unwilling to plant more material until prices increase. Current prices are firm and the new crop is expected to be at least 25% more expensive.
Description of Dillweed Oil
Steam-distilled from the partially dried leaves of the Anethum graveolens herb, Dillweed Oil is produced commercially throughout much of Eastern Europe and the United States. The most common application of this oil is within seasoning blends for meat, fish, soups, and especially pickled vegetables. Dillweed oil, sometimes referred to as “Dill Herb” or “Dill Weed,” is also used in perfumery, where it can provide its incredibly potent and fresh sweet-spicy top note to herbal fragrance accords. Dill blends particularly well with ingredients such as caraway, mint, and citrus.
Aroma & Flavor of Dillweed Oil
Powerful and fresh, with a spicy nutmeg-like odor. In flavor applications, the taste is warm and peppery but retains a pleasant, faintly anise-like undertone.
Anethum graveolens l.
Pale Yellow Liquid
1.4800 - 1.4850 @ 20C
0.8840 - 0.9000 @ 25C
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• Safety Data Sheet
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