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Q: Market price of natural (non-synthesized) beta carotene ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Market price of natural (non-synthesized) beta carotene
Category: Science > Chemistry
Asked by: hanslukiman-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 15 Nov 2006 21:01 PST
Expires: 15 Dec 2006 21:01 PST
Question ID: 783143
I am need of the market prices of natural beta carotene. By prices I
mean that there should be multiple "pure" beta carotene products: some
producers do not supply beta carotene in 100% pure form, but rather in
varying concentrations. I would like to know the market prices for
those different concentrations up to 100%. I am aware that some
pricing occurs on a contract by contract basis; however there should
be some kind of general market pricing indication somewhere around.

natural beta carotene means non-synthesized, and therefore
extracted/produced from natural sources.

The answers I would be looking for should contain information
something like the following:

5% natural beta carotene - $xxxx (dissolved or carried in what, and
what form, dry, suspended in liquid, etc)

10% natural beta carotene - $xxxx 

all the way up to

100% natural beta carotene - $xxxx

The price can be in any currency, but units used for the pricing must
be explained, i.e $xxx per kilo, or $xxx per IU, or $xxx per mg.

Dates for the validity of this information, MUST be specified.

Clarification of Question by hanslukiman-ga on 07 Dec 2006 23:43 PST
I will pay a smaller amount for price information of any concentration
of commercial quantities of natural betacarotene. However, the beta
carotene has to be in raw form (by this I mean unmixed by binder and
ready to use as a component in a multi-vitamin or other pill or liquid
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