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From the second half of the 20th century, paraffin and other mineral hydrocarbons have been the primary source of waxes. Today, with volatile market conditions and uncertain availability of mineral waxes, many customers are turning to waxes based on vegetable oils as a cost-effective, natural and sustainable alternative.
Our waxes are produced from refined vegetable oils, versatile and abundantly available. By the use of refining and modifying technologies, along with skillful blending, we are able to produce a wide range of melting points, crystallization behaviors, colors and textures to suit your application needs.
Our vegetable waxes blend well with other wax types, especially paraffin waxes. However, some experimentation and testing is usually necessary to ensure optimum results. Additives and emulsifiers developed for pure paraffin waxes are often less effective in blends with vegetable waxes, and alternatives are needed to ensure the best performance. Cargill provides a knowledgeable Technical Service team to support and assist you in adding vegetable waxes to your raw material portfolio, to experience the many benefits that they can offer.