Safflower Oil, High Oleic Expeller Pressed

Safflower Oil, High Oleic Expeller Pressed
Expeller-Pressed Safflower Oil (non-GMO) is commonly used in food manufacturing, especially in the natural food sector.  It is non-GMO and is considered one of the healthiest oils on the market today.  It has a light, neutral flavor, light texture, very similar to Sunflower Oil.  It also has a higher heat tolerance, making it ideal for cooking.
 
How it's made: Safflower Oil comes from the seeds of the safflower plant.  These plants are grown using best practices for Non-GMO avoidance. The seeds are crushed and expeller pressed to extract the oil.   This oil is obtained using only physical means, and no solvents are used to aid in the process.
 
Expeller Pressed Safflower Oil is pressed from the seeds of the Safflower plant (a thistle plant grown in
hot, dry areas) using mechanical means only. These seeds have been cultivated to yield a high oleic crop
for increased nutritional value, and do not undergo genetic modification in any way.
The final product is a refined, bleached and deodorized oil. It has a neutral color and bland flavor, and be
used in various applications such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, sauces, canned foods, bakery
products, and as cooking oil.
It is a healthy alternative to other vegetable oils, because it contains a high amount of monounsaturated
fat. It also does not loose itʼs nutritional composition during cooking.
Oil shall be clear and free from visible foreign material @ 25°C.
Country of Origin"" " USA
Appearance"" " " Clear
Flavor"" " " " Bland
Odor"" " " " Bland
Color (Lovibond)"" " 15 Yellow / 1.5R Red
Smoke Point"" " " 450°F
Free Fatty Acid %"" " 0.05% max" " .
Peroxide Value meq/ kg"" " 0.5 max
100% Safflower Oil, Expeller Pressed High Oleic from Non-Genetically Modified Seed
Expeller-Pressed Safflower Oil (non-GMO) is commonly used in food manufacturing, especially in the natural food sector.  It is non-GMO and is considered one of the healthiest oils on the market today.  It has a light, neutral flavor, light texture, very similar to Sunflower Oil.  It also has a higher heat tolerance, making it ideal for cooking.
 
How it's made: Safflower Oil comes from the seeds of the safflower plant.  These plants are grown using best practices for Non-GMO avoidance. The seeds are crushed and expeller pressed to extract the oil.   This oil is obtained using only physical means, and no solvents are used to aid in the process.
 
Expeller Pressed Safflower Oil is pressed from the seeds of the Safflower plant (a thistle plant grown in
hot, dry areas) using mechanical means only. These seeds have been cultivated to yield a high oleic crop
for increased nutritional value, and do not undergo genetic modification in any way.
The final product is a refined, bleached and deodorized oil. It has a neutral color and bland flavor, and be
used in various applications such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, sauces, canned foods, bakery
products, and as cooking oil.
It is a healthy alternative to other vegetable oils, because it contains a high amount of monounsaturated
fat. It also does not loose itʼs nutritional composition during cooking.
Oil shall be clear and free from visible foreign material @ 25°C.
 
 
Appearance"" " " Clear
Flavor"" " " " Bland
Odor"" " " " Bland
Color (Lovibond)"" " 15 Yellow / 1.5R Red
Smoke Point"" " " 450°F
Free Fatty Acid %"" " 0.05% max" " .
Peroxide Value meq/ kg"" " 0.5 max
 
100% Safflower Oil, Expeller Pressed High Oleic from Non-Genetically Modified Seed