Vegetable oil suppliers face ongoing price slump

Bamford, Vince
August 2015
Grocer;8/1/2015, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on a decline in fuel costs and its impact on the cooking oil industry and mentions a decline in wholesale prices of vegetable oils, the growth in supply of oils and factors that contributed to the declines in crude oil prices.


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