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Prices for CBD isolates in Europe appear to have stabilized at €750/€800 per kg., according to a first-ever quarterly benchmark report from CanXchange, the European commodities exchange for physical hemp and CBD products.

The company said the benchmark reports are intended to advance transparency and efficiency in the European hemp markets in support of growers, producers and other industry stakeholders.

Transparency, efficiency

CanXchange says it intends to “offer a perspective from the sell side of the industry, along with market insight on the direction that specific product lines could be heading,” by tracking price movements over an extended period of time and projecting supply and demand for the key hemp sectors it has identified.

In the CanXchange Benchmark Price (CBP), a calculation of the natural price expected by wholesalers, the company reported current isolate prices “down” while volumes are indicated as “neutral.” The report, issued this week, notes that while isolate prices are generally four times lower than 2019, nonetheless “sellers do not seem ready to adjust their prices accordingly as of yet.”

In addition to CBD isolate, the quarterly analysis will offer data on biomass (CBD whole flowers, CBD hemp flowers), CBD crude oil and hemp seeds, products in highest demand for which a large amount of data is already available, CanXchange said. In addition to benchmark prices, the reports record volume data and a geographical breakdown among western, southern and eastern Europe for each product.

Kush.com is back with another Price Analysis to help you price or purchase your hemp going into 2021. We’ll be releasing posts all month on specific categories and Premium Members will have access to a Comprehensive Price Analysis on kush.com.

Data from kush.com, CBD Isolate Prices in 2020 CBD Isolate Pricing Data from December, 2020 on Kush.com

Average Price for Hemp CBD Isolate

Do consider that these numbers are taken from all CBD Isolate listed and sold on kush.com, which may include some higher or lower quality products. Consider that a 99.99% pure isolate, or even some containing desirable minor cannabinoids may price higher. The opposite is also true as less refined Isolate products are surely priced lower (as low as $3-400/kg!).

To get started we’ve pulled the data for all listings, offers, and sales on kush.com going back to May, 2020. By sorting data this way, you can see where the sellers are valuing their product, but also where demand lies from month to month. Let’s take a look:

The most notable trends we have seen in this graph is the rise in Asking Price for CBD Isolate just before harvest. Although the rise in Asking Price didn’t reflect seem to effect the average Offer Accept numbers, it is a sign of instability pre-harvest. Since the Harvest in October prices seem to have stabilized and been under $600/kg.