Rapeseed yields around 40 percent of oil, which makes it one of the most important oilseed crops after soybean. The process of oil extraction also gives by-products like lecithin and rapeseed meal. Lecithin is used in the food and nutraceutical industries as an additive, and rapeseed meal is used as cattle fodder. The European Union is a major producer of rapeseed, however, Canada leads the global exports and contributes to more than 50 percent of the total exports for both rapeseed oil and meal.
The demand for rapeseed oil is primarily driven by both food and industrial application. In addition to this, any major increase in the palm oil and other vegetable oils is expected to further drive the demand for rapeseed oil production. The report also provides a detailed supply-demand analysis of rapeseed oil and rapeseed meal across different geographic regions such as North America, Europe, and Asia. In addition to this, the report also gives a comprehensive industrial analysis, including procurement insights, Porter's five forces analysis, and the impact of macroeconomic factors. The report also explores the cost and pricing of rapeseed and meal across different industrial segments, along with detailed profiles of chief suppliers and rapeseed oil producers.
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Category Intelligence on Rapeseed Oil and Meal covers the following
The global rapeseed seed market is expected to witness a short supply scenario during 2017–2018F. Despite a record harvest in Canada and Australia, heavy crop damage in the UK (major producing country in the EU) is likely to weigh on global supply .The EU is the major producer of rapeseed in the world. However, Canada leads the global exports contributing to more than 50 percent of the total exports, for both rapeseed oil and meal
Global Production Share (2010–2011 and 2018–2019 F)
Record yield and production increased the Canadian rapeseed exports in the harvest period of 2016–2017. This trend continued in 2017–2018, and it is likely to continue in 2018–2019
Rapeseed oil production is highly influenced by the crush margins vs. soybean in the EU