Palm Oil Commodity Research and Analysis

Palm Oil Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

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Palm Oil Conclusion - Low capacity to increase supply means that an increase in demand for Palm Oil will significantly increase prices.

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Strengths + Opportunities = 10

Threats + Weaknesses = 5

Palm Oil Description Update

Palm oil also goes by the names coconut oil and palm kernel and is derived from the fruits of palm trees. Palm oil is commonly used as a food ingredient in Africa, Southeast Asia and Brazil, because of its low cost and use for frying food. Palm oil was a major trading commodity during the time of slavery, because the oil would help lubricate industrial machines during Britain's industrial revolution. Palm can be used as a biodiesel, so production around the world is increasing due to alternative fuel demands; however, palm oil production is also contributing to substantial damage to the natural environment through deforestation.

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