Fats, oils close holiday week with marginal price moves

Fats, oils close holiday week with marginal price moves

Trading in the animal fats and waste oils market was mostly quiet in the week to Friday July 5 due to the Independence Day holiday on Thursday July 4.

The weekly average price for packer grade bleachable fancy tallow was flat due to a lack of activity. The choice white grease FOB Missouri River market was marginally higher, with a week-on-week average increase of 0.5%.

The weekly average for yellow grease was up just 0.5% for the Missouri River market due to trading done at higher prices in the latter half of the prior week.

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