MARKET INFO of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

Latest Market Info: Sep, 2023

Surveys from key growing regions within Mexico indicate that lime production has improved compared to previous estimates. However, as demand for lime continues to increase and purchase prices for fresh fruit remain high, the actual impact of these production improvements on the short-term Lime Oil market remains uncertain.

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Description of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

The vast majority of the world’s lime crop is grown throughout the southern Mexican states of Michoacán and Colima. While much of this production goes towards fresh consumption, a significant portion of limes are converted into Lime Oil Mexican C.P. Type A; an oil cold-pressed from the peels of Citrus aurantiifolia fruits. This oil’s aroma is keenly reminiscent of fresh lime, with a sweet, tangy, and aldehydic top note. During the process of extraction, Mexican lime oil is allowed to mingle with the fruit’s juices, providing a much more tangy and juicy odor than other lime varieties. Mexican “Type A” lime oil also has the benefit of being much lighter in color than other cold-pressed lime oils.

Botanical Name of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

Citrus aurantifolia (christman) swingle

Appearance of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

Brown-Green Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

Cold Expression

Principle Constituents of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A


Refractive Index of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

1.4820 - 1.4860 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Lime Oil Mexican CP Type A

0.8720 - 0.8810 @ 25C

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