The Fats and oils situation

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The Fats and oils situation
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301 v. : ill. ; 26-28 cm.
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United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service
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Oil industries -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Oils and fats, Edible -- Economic aspects -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
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FOS-1 (Mar. 1937) - FOS-301 (Oct. 1980).
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Issued by: Agricultural Marketing Service, 1954-Mar. 1961; Economic Research Service, May 1961-<Oct. 1977>; Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, <May 1978>-July 1980; Economics and Statistics Service, Oct. 1980.
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Title from caption.
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Item 21-D.

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IREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL

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.V)OTTER AND MARGARINE: APPARENT DOMESTIC
DISAPPEARANCE (CIVILIAN AND MILITARY)
PER CAPITAL, UNITED STATES, 1912-43


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; :ialiptim of margarine tends to vary inversely with butter consumption. A decrease of:
l.l....r: capita in domestic disappearance of butter has been accompanied by an average in-,
g4Ii.L',bouta half-pound per capital in the domestic disappearance of margarine. Supplies of
t.r available for civilians in 1943 and 19I4 are at a record low level, with an average in
l .".ar ..abuit 13.55 pounds per capita for the total civilian and military population. Domes-
d4appearance if margarine in 194I may increase as much as 10 percent from the 1943 record
.i.I-evesl of 3.7 pounds per. capital.


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4- '% 41.O .5 41.5
Bitter ia-l are, &iIgo? ..................................... 4.0 1. 41.5
r ttlri dM) A-4 YA .i ..................... a ........ 4..... S. 48.0 48.3 48.2 | le
Sorre., do( n-a. asObao ................................ 19.0 19.0 .19.0 10.0 0i4.
c Eaunds (,ail -l ro.- p okin fats). COhko .............. 17.1 17.0 1.0 17.0 .aQ
loose Chi .. .................................... ........ 11.4 12.8 12.8 12.8 Mfl:.
I .Ld, prime atoma, l a, Chiago ............................ 132. 15.8 13.8 1S.8 M1!.
ILai'd, refitted tm. &hia.agl o ......... ................ ........ 1.4 15.6 16.6 165. I8
a 01 ol'. *.1 rI s work ............................. 15.2 1.8 15.8 1s.

Tallow, edible, Obia~ ................ ........................... 9. 9.9 9.9 9,a. 0. i3

: Corn oil, crude. tankm, f.o.b. ill s........................... 12.6 2.8 12.8 164 :
iO a oil, refined, bbl., I. 1 ................................ 15.5 15.6 15.6 16 6 165i'
Cottmo sed oil, arude, tanks, f.o.b. 8.E. mills ................ 12.6 12.8 12.8 12.6 12.
Cottonseed oil, p.U.y., tank Sars, ....................... 1.9 14.0 14.0 14.', lI
Feanut oil, orude, tanks, f.o.b. mills ......................... 13.0 15.0 15.0 ]F.0 15.6
Peanot oil, don.. refined, drums. T. ....................... 16.8 16.5 16.6 186. 16.5'
Soybean oil, onrude, tank ears, midnotern mills ................ 1 11.? 11.6 11.8 11.8 118
S Soybean oil, edible, drms, l.a.., o ...................... 16.0 14.7 15.0 15.0 5.0
Coconut oil, Manila, orude, tanks, f.d.b. Pacific Coast .. .... -- 11.0 11.0 U1.0 11.0
Coconut oil, Muila, orudo, bulk, o.l.f. T. ............... -- 11.4 11.4 11.4 11.4
Coconut oil, anila, refined, edible, tank oars,f.o.b. 5.Y.2/3/ -- 12.8 12.8 6 18J 3.3
S Olive oil, ported, edible, drum. N. ....................... 75.7 62.4 71.5 71.6
Olive oil, inedible, drums. N. T. .............................. 59.3 50.8 55.3 58.8 -
Palm oil, Niger, orude, drumsi Y. 2 ........................ 12.2 /1.6 11,6 11.: 13-.
ERpe oil, refined, denatured, bulk, o.iI.f.. N. I. ............. A15.5 16.0 16.0 16.0. 0.0
Sunflower oil, tank oars, f.o.b. N.Y. .......................... -- 14.3 14.38 34. 14.1

Tallow, No. 1, inedible, Chicago ..............................a 9. 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4
Grease, A. White, Chicago ..................................... 9.6 8.8 8.8 8.8 8.8
Manhaden oil, rude, tanks, f.o.b. Baltimore ................... 8.6 8.8 8.9 89 6.9
Sardine oil, crude, tanks, Pacifio Coast ....................... 8.9 8.9 8.9 8.9 8.9
Whale oil, refined, bleached winter, drume. N. .............. 11.1 11.1 12.8 12.8 12.5

Linseed oil, raw, tank oars, iLneapolis ....................... 11.1 13.6 14.3 14.5 14.5
Linseed oil, raw, drums, earlots, N. Y. ........................ /116. 14.3 15.1 15.1 15.1
Perilla oil, orude, drums, N. Y. ............................... 24.6 24.6 24.8 24.5 --
Oitioioa oil, tank oars, f.o.b. N.T. ...........................s 26.0 25.0 56.0 25.0 26.0
Tung oil, druma, N. .......................................... 40.1 39.0 9.0 39.0 59.0 .

Castor oil, No. 3, bbl., N.Y. ................................. 13.4 1 1.9 5. 18.8 35.8
Castor all. No. 1, tanks. N.Y .................................. 12.1 13.0 15.0 13.0 U.0
Castor oil, dehydrated, tanks, I. ......................... 16 1.5 17.7 171 17T.T 17.T
Cod-liver oil, med. U.B.P. bbl., N. T. ......................... 34.1 86.5 36.6 36.5 I. .
Cod oil, Newfoundland, drums, N.Y. ............................. 11.3 12.0 12.0 13 12.0
ITuDi mImBi (1924-"9 100)

Eight domestic fats and oils (1910-14 = 100) ................... 125 161 148 142 142
light domatio fats and oils ................................... 8 107 101 101 .01

All fats and oile (27 Item) .................................... 97 111 108 10- :i

At-1at .s ,................................................. 10 M
lrlne anial oils ........... .............................. 125 17 132 1i8 i n
Vegetable oils, domstle ...................................... 128 11 188 184 1l' :
Vegetable oils, foreign ...................................... 156 168 16 156 1 iJ
Grouped by usem
Butter ........................................ ............... T 106 I
Butter, seasonally adjusted ..................................I 76 101 86 a W.
Lard ......................................................... 106 10 106
Other food fats ............................................ 142 186 189 141 141
All food fats ........................................... 93 110 103 101 0
Soap fatal ................................................ 188 119 120 120 Zi
Drying oils .................................................. 124 14 149 149 149
inaoellaneous oils ........................................... 113 1 117 117 1T
All industrial fats and oile .............................. 123 129 151 11 3'l
Prices compiled tra Oil, Paint and Drug porter. The national Proisioner, the Joumal oat Cammere (lt)rk i
reports of the ehr Food Administration and Bureau of labor Itatistile. Pries quotd innludea mOi tamei md di .
where applloable. Indez number for earlier years begimang 1910 arme gla n I eahloal Balleti lo. T7 .(1580) ILt::.:
The Pats and Oils Situation begiilug Deomber 1940.
1/ Reflects open market sales only. Current figure rfsr to all typr of wholosale trying for ash or shorb-t .
credit. 2 Three-cent procoessag tax added to price as originally quoted. 8 Quoted In .dim. f/ BirnLd.
/ Converted to present basis of quotation.
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higt, to.0tal, 'o4u t o re O n $v tIrods
be' less that ia' 1943_44, eaq makekb&cest
'anticipated *41 the tauis of the p;!oppeetive'Aet

with lird, p'roa= tioA at' a record8K4 1'ri a6
in January ,and Februaxyi, By eas 7 Mthrc, tadb
,It, additional -stor.#ge' facilities 'i6 lard. Gl-ttg
rendered pork fatoMac ttle 3t4 Mil4a(W@,p
1aler repotea' date 'eXcept' in Ath' early 4UV rL##1 Of'I
of zeat;, whidh oampe to's "th,4ard,_for,,storWAft $e944,4W
S", ar at prepet. -TO ease' $hie S~ituatiQ)6.,Aed o
of fdrlyiseedl to. soatp makorse-waa park, tpd
in additift to .50 million pouzds. of, rendered, pork 'fat &IloUe I
in late February for purchase before July, 1. Allo, \e6g
of lar& for civilian food use in Mar.dh was increased 50 Milliout'
ratiton-po~int valiot oflatId wasLd reit~ied to s"ro fok-!the azdAth,'
lai i'execedto: bd. 1materill smnalldr MSn itxe.,A' 1-4,1y
slaughter declined seeasonajlly, than it waz in auryKth
in. Major wvholesalo Marlkdtia "I remained at chgi.1 t

yactory and 4arehovso stocks .of =&mr ft n oth S
totaled 2,272 Million, pounds (crude b.18sts). Thig was 2)5 14111
than 'a year ptrlier utsllwas materiall Aelo4 th er
dicated by the pre-war relationship between requirements (d1QI
ande -plu, Iexportz) eand stocks. The: a%*ppl, titution'in fs p
particularly in edible oilst is l Vel t6: tightenL in Jully-Seo
period of se-azonally low tnventotieq.


'IMCENT DEVLOM ENMS -

BACKGROUNM.14 'ioduction: of: aomeSUtic oIle opq -waf' ecOo
in 1942-- the output of fait and oils iA the 1942 c OP
totaled 10.9 billion, po"s ilo ons(11 I
moethan in the previous crop year, -6d3. billion PO
.(50 percent) more .than the 193.5-I9:avrag. oth dn
a port demands for fatal 0l montd ad eve
taken to control prices and distribution) Preddhtf p
again encouraged it f943, and present indications polat0 r*
"t~a, further- gain in 'the current-crop year of al=A- 0 il
pounds (4 percent.) over out~ut'in the 1s42 crop ar'o
reduced pig crop expected: in 1944, no ftrthat atdlo
in total domestic fat produation appears ]Uke4-to tht,
1944-45 season, and a demlitne may oeaur* i

Prdcto Producitn of fat adoil oinsmtral rae

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Pu ehass 6f lard and z-e dered perc at 'by e, War,
tration- in the 4, weeks. etded 14biuary 26, tnteled O'auto l6i M
compared. with 146 milllonL phbi.dn. In Jazlnudy apd,a, 1,4tllion&p,
June 1943, the previous peak pouth. Febriary pyrhhaseq80 allo-
millio n pouz -a of yutte frm',stockg that had be', 'icu6omuted,
Dary ?roc:ucts, Marketing Asbocitalow before Octqbbor I01
of other fats av4 oils, and aoap

Table 2.- Purchases of fats And o i- t by
War; 9"ood -Adm&sraiA 1941-44

Item -1941,:-'2-19 2


matter .............. 2 34 Q
Laid and renelered pork :fat ..: 38 65 a
Other animal fats and oils 6i: 2 0$
Linseeed oil ........, 14': 70 -.V-391
Other vegetable oils ..-... r-- 00 4
Shortening -*............ : -4 62,
Margarine (fat content)./ .: 1 72
Soap (fat content) ........ 1A 21
Total fat equivalent 325..: 1;07 1

Compiled frm reports of the Wa o d. Adiistration.,
I/ Four weeks ended Februa;-y 26,19.
2Less than 500,Q000 po~uds,
Includes fish-liv'er and fish ils
/Pat content estimated at.80 percent for maigarise: -5 'rei '

Wholesale Prices of Pats and'Oils
Unchanged in Februiary
Wholesale prices of fats 4nd oils rempkined at oelling Oiw
The index number of wholesale prtcea 6f 279 major fats. rpaoile
109 percent of the' 19Z4-29. P~erage forgeg the ei 9ghfh con~sautive, ma
Highest February levels in earlier years. since 1921, vera '107 '1ee
1923', 105 percent in 1927 and 1929, Wa 113-pereent 'iz 194)
Tries of oitieicn.oil in early. March Adeelinea,'&bqt'1,00e ,
pound. fro hecling 1,evel. of 25..e ts tAk cars,,N:~r
lower prices in'B~razil Xor new-cro Oil? SubSantiVjxpqy,ta
oil' ere expected I this aorng 3666cnsqvent relief of fhiep
supplies that has existedd since early 15420







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Prkicel Regulation 515'btr a akt 6
Eurchates of Flxse in ftlA 2
SaGA'GOURTNes :PRohbited
yood Didtriitdti~on Ord r 4, ff~ceti
flaseed in excess of- AOedsfor
--sof the idrdr is to as a llf L
e liOe of tjjer don' ie L, 'ar

*o 'crumev'r c seed `de4p, aef g
elfod PGDiotribttiton, veq pfvhroan6be) 4:
w4hei added to his existing inventor '-to t e@
1heed deliveries up to the end, of thq- precee'
season shall be considered oIvar
2n ihe.order., Croutry shippers o ttpd o
qugntity-of-1943-crop flaxseed that woul'a kiesult, inaint
of an datea 2.,000 bushAels or tki4 Vtota TunAttt pOer
immediatelypeeig h~ve is gra te ;i ve4
delivery-to Wzushiirzor. seibd dealer",befortA p

Additional Bggaatities oe Lrd Al~lowed
for, CiviliLn Food Use ad fo So

ri th.-tar podci A- a recoral ti6 1e &J411
available.,storage -space. foer lard haad becoige soard, by
prevent further. accuiralatioi'ns,9 il aaa
were allocated for delAivet7 to so4 MA6,ii bta
50 million. pounds. of .reridere4. pork f at allyocad~f 't-04
February to'r purchase be"or, Jusy,1, Al'goo A*' 'el
million pounds 'of lard-for Oivili~az fqod 14 90 i9h""
pounds and ;the, ratilon-pVbiat, valu6 of lard v e u
March 5.
Restrictions Zise~d ,n ~ ?f Aat i
Ra Pain .,4pAPi
Restrictions 6n the use. of, fats and, Ot f,(
civilian-Products wrere modified by Ametimeen
effective Mareh, 17, (1), Limlitationg on o lws
printing inks uere remyed bhi* ush
'to 90. percent. o quj"4taerg uht
temntDim the- us&! doffate, 'in the sqrli i5 It Ox6~ii
cont~~ai nner f a orn food '8 .n 60 nkAn
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vwhichare soidewhat htgheor than thoseq eagto
endourvige planting of .'PRster areg 3ALCTAW ve, 'ST
contemplAted b7 farmers on -Karch 1,. U4*tatrqt g ,
Crapsin 1z 944 are mpetetally bettem- thanx avora"A, t.
hig-h, tha olpt of oil from tode~stio oi;e aphegtsA
cottnsee, wil not 'b' great -anough -$6 -pr evet-e s 4dub
of fatse fat production A a anticipated -in 10" 104,4 the blql PC at bo,
decline in the 194" Pig rcrops. o

Strin9ency 'anle o ass
Ligg -to -Ch=rtine in 1c!!

The pro ffpertive: decline, in prodiction eaf ate and. oil a
m--teriAls in 1944-45 may be-partly off aet by inaro.ased, &tooks,.
of the ivariod. On the other hand, to the extest that 'coatine
1dempnd re-enters vorld merk-eta for fate Pnd oilki in 1145, a't.
situation will be felt in 611 other-artas emsept thae Japs
Buroppru demand for Imports is potentiAlly. a Major factor-in
fats qnd oils. 'Net Imports into contiaeutal Euro~pe in lpre-wvar
more thau 4 billion pounds annually, including iwhale oil and
equivalent of oil-bearing materials. ...

PRODUCTION MN DISAPPEARANCE OF! YLIRGARINE 1*3 An$ 14




Product 'ion of mptrgarine, in the United StP es totaled, 0 1 A $4
in 1943 comp-ared with 426 million pounds -in 1942, the -pr evious
r-n annuall Averiage of .354 'million pounds in 1qW7441. outpxt In I
included substaqnt~il quAnti ties. produced, on Goverwaeiat order far
lend-leasse. Total withdrawals of morgerine-by Governmgnt Agexwith*
milli oi -pounds 'in 1942 and 107 million Vounds' in 1943,, These wi IA,
were for len4-lepAe export and other war progrAms9 and for upe U- '1
prisons and other Fedrpl-instatutions. In earlier yas ih
in Fedarpl institutions hAd averaged lost thanl 1 million poughs..:
Government withdrewpls for other nurposes, probably to~t.Al~ed arbuA4
pounds in 1942 and 105 million pounds in 1943.

Apparent domestic disApnearpnce of mprgprine., Ai mqA`
withdrawals plus estimated use in Federal institutionse, totpled
pounds in 1943 cbompred with 367 million pounds in i942 oAnd
of 353 million pounat in 1937741. These qumntitilas vare)4M016ft
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nrices Pre still Oetermined in thisvy Anwprdd
howe-var, hsav 1beet shkbect thiee fflay 19 x AO
-Rsgulptions 421, 4ZV",'th) -9-nzegg *2,3' ,
by -wholeq,.le and, rat;A1 deAlsifs* ado*! tebitAwamggw
ing msrgari~ne, and -w;'th the stroa -Copus=4r deaoan; fQt T*04
.quotption for, domestic vegetable maggr sim(:Ghgae "
February 1942 at 19:.0 cents per ffiUnd compared with Rn a'"'~g
per pound in 1941. The. ':;vrnge retail pricl& for Atwadrga &$
States has. remained unchaag@4 5jaceAnguat 1943 at 24iO Coos,
comnoerYd with an, average "of 17?1 cents pesm-bopA 1: 141'.4
income expectpd to remFAn '9t a higU, level- in 1944 4a ,unpilas
for civilians. expected to continue at -,baut 12 pounda p3r caii
demmnA f or margarine killd-1rn-truhot3 Atnd 'orb
-pric~es of margarine P-t cailing14

,Hrlf-B1iU ion P ounds of 3)-aodestcF
RUsed Aarigin Mn .1937
NQ Imyoorted Pats UsedO

Reflecting the incr-aeed production-of matgarise,-500,
of f,-ts and oil% werer used in m--rgerine mvanuft,,ture in 1943 a'
mill!"n pounds in 1942 snd sn shnuAl novernge Of 281, million
Cottonseed oil wps the princi-e f eIPt uted In'11943, .As-i. ec
The 1943 total of 252 million, pounds of coitonsood oUl acco 0g
-nore thnn hpalf of tho total quantity of fats-used:.. Soybean, 01
in 1943, with a use of 198 million pounds, AO per-cent of the
fats used in sabstpntin-1 ,u,,ntitise were oleo- oil, 1, p--rcant
fpts vsea: neutral lnrd, 2 percent; corn oils, I percent and
I p-rcent-, Slightly morie thpn 4 million ondroughly I p,,ro
total, consisted of lin seed oil used in margorina manufPatu.rew:
(Trbles, 8 Pnd 12.)

No imn~orted fats or oils were used in 194-3 Xn the 'MAnl
n,-rg,-rinp. Coconut, pnlm, and. palm kernel -oils, -h principAll
margarine 'Ants in normal. yeprs, heve been preserved si nce the s
f or other wartime purposes in which their 7usw is- More alleentia_
mArgarine, particularly in productift of fct-ty arcidt ind gl
i.Mported sunflower oil mAy be-used in margarine 19 1944; 10 *AM
quantities in relation to total fpts used,

Mi-garins- Consumption and Exports Exgec-ted
to Increase. Further in I

Tpntntive, allocations of fnets -a:! oilz for the yMr 1t94
the Ir rood Idministration in early February, aontemplAtO A pt-:
all nru-poses of bout 770 billion pounds of margarine -(actual W"5
the yepr, an incr -ase of more than 150 million pounds over the,44,
614 million pounds. Production for lend-levse And commercial snm
shipments 4ould be iter.-aspd to npproximately:190 million pouns 90
million -Oounds morph than in 1943. Output for civiiiAn aonswVpa
Bout W8 million poundq, roughlY 75 milllola Dounds maore thpn eritti
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oil ......- 58 62-7--
"Zn er oil ...:5 -
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INotal ft n
Babassu.oil ..... 161-M R 0 1157 394 6.5 94'
Famkere oil...... 26,401 72,946 474,69 457395
tPL -........ 2,4o 7,o631 696
'S'am ie oil 5
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O ther 45.1.... .6419
vegetable of) .: 170,. 197, -34, 12294_

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ATeat I S-foat oil i
Oleo oil .........
StearIne, animal,
Tallow, edible,-. we
Tallem, in bI ...... o';.04-69,

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If 41 1
Marine glo%61 otl' 57101-
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Babawk oll 4-oo". -A,
Castor* oil 21 it a a a 0 O.W4 a 4:&. 22-5-
C Oil
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Cttonsaed 01
Linseed. oil, IT wAP .1.
Ditildica, oil 44 sl io
Olive
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Palm-kerne, Oil 4,j
Palm oil,:-,eq.8,0644 0 W.*,Q VL w 6.
reajwA oil
Perilla. zil 4 a-P 4
W 3,
Setame oil
by'bean:oil 0 0 0 0 A,
Tung Oil 3i"
2-
Other vegetableoilg 7"
%ta:" velgeUble
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Grand total ... 21 0j

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Governmental 17
Crude plus refiried converted tor. 0rdU,`basI;z, by c
36.basalu, corn, cottonsee4, iptame- tna,, -bind polm oilaoojf,
oAean oils 0. 94--
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S the weight of fats and oils used, tiit, e

Item :1936 1937 199 '": w

a Pot, Pt; ... -*kE

Oleo oil ..................: 5.6 3S 4,3 4,9
Lard, neutral ............ : .7 .5 .5-. *"
Other animal fats and oils : 1.7 1. 1.6L i


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Cottonseed oil ............: 3:.3 53.2 45. T riV
Soybean oil ...............: 4 12;.8 :.1 N
Other domestic vegetable : :
oils ...................: 1.7 1.5 1 .3 "
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Coconut oil ......... ..., 6.4 '6 s 28. ,
Babassu oil .. i.....b.. .9. r '
Other foreign vegetable o.a. 14 .. 0
Total fptse nng.ols 1OO .0 100r
Based on fire s in table 8.


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