Oil Sector

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1 .STUDY OF VEGETABLE OIL SECTOR
1.1 Introduction Food sector takes its source from the beginning of the human life so it has an agelong past, and it keeps its existance. The acceleration of food consumption rises in connection with the growing world population and that threats the adricultural activities and the foodstuff potentials. To get one step forward in this market; while the searches for new technologies and new methods have been developed to increase the productivity, some of them are trying to be seperated from this competition by different alternatives like organic agriculture. With the fluctuation in the market, especially in raw materials the challenge is getting tougher. One of these raw materials are the oilseeds that contains sunflower, corn, olive, soybean. In vegetable oil business even the variations don’t be observed, the comsumption is growing up. In the world market the vegetable oils are seperated into three groups as olive and nut, sunflower and corn, and cotton. The agriculture characteristics and production types change from one country to another. For example in USA and Italy soybean is the major vegetable oil but in Turkey and Spain sunflower takes the first place. Besides; USA, Brasil and China are leading the oilseed production in all over the world.

In Turkey the oils that has produced are mostly from the sunflower(nearly 50%). Nearly 35% of the vegetable oils are produced from the cottonseed and remains are produced from the olives and the others. But in the recent years the production quantities in oil seeds has been decreasing and in 2007 it has declined 23,6 % while it is expected to be nearly 854000 tons. In this decline, the price parity and the competition between sunflower and wheat has been effective. On the other hand the oil consumption especially the sunflower oil consumption is increasing…...

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