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November 9, 2011
 
China vitamin C trading remains thin
 
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Price summary
 
Vitamin C trading remained low in the latter half of October amid depressed demand.
 
Offer prices for pharmaceutical-grade vitamin C were unchanged at RMB35-36/kg while quotes by some small- and medium-scale producers were slightly lower. Prices of feed- and food-grade vitamin C remained stable at RMB33-34/kg.
 
Ex-factory quotes for coated ascorbic acid were flat in the range of RMB40-42/kg.
 
Market transacted prices for L-ascorbate-2-phosphate products remained unchanged at around RMB21.00-22.50/kg. Some big volume deals were concluded at lower prices.
 

Transacted prices of vitamin C products in China

Region

Vitamin C contents (%)

Prices as of Oct 15  (RMB/kg)

Prices as of Oct 30(RMB/kg)

Price Changes
(RMB/kg)

Vitamin C Raw Materials

Guangdong 

99%

33-36

32-36

-1 to 0

Jiangsu 

99%

33-36

32-36

-1 to 0

Shanxi 

99%

33-37

33-36

-1 to 0

Shandong 

99%

33-36

32-36

-1 to 0

Anhui 

99%

33-36

32-36

-1 to 0

Hebei 

99%

32-35

31-35

-1 to 0

Liaoning

99%

32-36

31-35

-1 to 0

Coated Ascorbic Acid

Guangdong

93%

38-42

38-42

0

Zhejiang 

93%

37-42

37-42

0

Anhui 

93%

38-42

38-42

0

Hebei 

97%

37-41

37-41

0

Jiangsu 

97%

38-42

38-42

0

Liaoning

97%

38-42

38-42

0

L-Ascorbate-2-Phosphate

Whole China market

Locally produced (35%)

20.00-22.00

20.00-22.00

0

All prices are representative and are for reference only.
RMB1=US$0.1574 (Nov 9)

 
 
Export
 
Quotes for the export market edged down to US$5.20-5.40/kg. Bulk orders were priced as low as US$5.10/kg.
 
                       
Market forecast
 
China's vitamin C prices are seen to maintain weak momentum in November.
 


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