(By fareasternagriculture.com)

The crude palm oil market in Asia will grow due to the consumption in the emerging markets such as China and India in spite of the recent downturn in prices, a Frost & Sullivan report stated

Chris de Lavigne, global vice-president, consulting at Frost & Sullivan, said that crude palm oil (CPO) has grown from strength to strength in the last two decades witnessing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5 per cent over that period to become the largest vegetable oil consumed in volume terms, now representing around one third of the vegetable oil market.

If the palm oil continues to sustain such a rate of growth over the next decade — demand and land availability permitting — it would become close to being a 100mn tonne market in around 2022.

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