Edible Oils

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil has the lightest flavour and appearance of any edible vegetable oils and contains the most Vitamin E of any vegetable oil. It’s a fat blend with a high monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fat content and a low saturated fat content. The versatility of this nourishing oil is appreciated by cooks all over the world. The mild flavor, great frying qualities, and health benefits of sunflower oil make it a popular choice of edible oils.

The edible oils are transported directly from the production plant in various locations throughout the world. We work as representatives for reputable edible oil manufacturers, which allows us to be very competitive and ensure consistent supply and quality. We may also provide packaging that is tailored to your needs.

In all stages, from harvest to delivery, quality control activities are planned and developed in compliance with Quality Management Systems required by customers.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is certainly something you’ve heard about before. Coconut cooking oil is the best edible oil for high-heat cooking because it has previously been organically refined and does not smoke at low temperatures. It can also be used as a baking component or in mayonnaise.

It’s also fantastic to include in your diet. Furthermore, coconut oil is a great substitute for solid fats in cooking, such as butter, for vegetarians and vegans. It also makes a fantastic dark chocolate.

Most individuals that purchase coconut oil use it in their cooking. Cooking with coconut oil has a bunch of advantages:

  • Coconut’s fatty acids can aid your heart by increasing your ‘good’ cholesterol.
  • Coconut oil is mostly composed of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs). According to research, they are utilized as direct energy by your body rather than being stored.
  • According to certain research, MCTs can be metabolized fast by the body, which could explain why coconut oil is a fat-burning aid as well as a hunger suppressant.
  • Coconut oil’s lauric acid has been found to aid in the killing of dangerous bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

Rapeseed and Canola Oil

The rapeseed plant is known for its golden-yellow flowers, which bloom in the summer.

Its edible oils, which goes by the names of rapeseed and canola, is widely used in cooking, baking, and food processing.

It’s crucial to understand the difference between industrial and culinary rapeseed oil. Canola is another name for the culinary variant.

The automotive and chemical sectors use industrial rapeseed oil, whereas the culinary form is used in cooking. The genetic makeup and quantity of erucic acid, which is damaging to your health in big amounts, distinguishes the two varieties. In truth, canola oil must contain less than 2% erucic acid and meet globally regulated requirements in order to be labelled as such.

Otherwise, it will be labeled as “rapeseed oil.” However, most varieties in grocery stores are canola oil.

Rapeseed oil contains less saturated fat than other regularly used edible oils, and it is popular in the Indian subcontinent as a traditional cooking oil. It is typically used as frying oil due to its distinct odor. Vitamin E is also abundant in rapeseed oil. Rapeseed oil has regenerative capabilities, making it a great moisturizer and anti-aging agent.

Because of its high quantities of alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3), which is too scarce in today’s diets, rapeseed oil has fascinating dietary qualities. It’s become a staple edible oil on dining tables.

Mustard Oil

These edible oils is produced by crushing the seeds or by grinding them, then mixing them with water and distilling them.

The white mustard generates a yellowish coloured, pungent oil, whereas the black mustard produces a lighter coloured and stronger tasting oil. Direct pressing the seeds yields a simple mustard oil preparation. This produces a mustard oil with a strong flavour.

Crushing the seeds and then separating the oil is another way to make mustard oil. Mustard oil and meal are produced by both extraction methods.

When mustard seeds are processed in a mustard oil plant, a by-product is created in the form of seed pressed cakes, which contain very little oil. These cakes from the distillation process are used to make oil cakes, which are then fed to animals. The oil cake is left over after the production process provides 37% oil.

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil is an edible oil that has been shown to promote hair and skin health, aid bone formation, lower blood pressure, maintain good heart health, control anxiety and depression, preserve baby health, cure dental problems, prevent cancer, improve digestion, and reduce inflammation.

Crude Sesame Oil is made from the nutrient-dense seeds of the Sesamum indicum plant and is used in traditional massages and modern therapies.

It is most widely used in Asian cuisines, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian cuisines, as well as Middle Eastern cuisines.

Sesame seed oil Improves the health of your hair and skin, aids bone growth, lowers blood pressure, keeps your heart healthy, and helps manage anxiety and depression.

Sesame oil is also used as a food supplement in stock feed rations for Cattle, Pigs, Poultry, and Fish.


Corn Oil

Corn oil is an edible oil that is made by pressing or extracting seedlings of Zea mays L. (Gramineae) and then refined.

Corn oil is a transparent, pale yellow to golden yellow oil with a subtle scent and taste. It  is used in the food business to make certain foods (margarine, mayonnaise, dietetics, baby food), as well as in cosmetics to make soaps and hair care products. Corn oil is also used in the technical industry as a basic material for lubricants and leather care products.

Cottonseed Oil

Cottonseed oil, like all oils extracted from plants, is cholesterol-free, making it an excellent alternative for people looking to lower their cholesterol levels. Because it is not as heavy as other oils, it is used for baking. It has a high level of oxidation resistance, making it perfect for salad dressings.
Cottonseed oil has long been used as a frying oil because of its low cost, and it is one of the best frying oils for the ready-to-eat snack food sector.
Cotton seed, like other oilseeds such as sunflower seed, has an oil-bearing kernel encased by a hard outer hull; the oil is removed from the kernel during processing. Salad dressings are made with cottonseed oil.Cotton seed, like other oilseeds such as sunflower seed, has an oil-bearing kernel encased by a hard outer hull; the oil is removed from the kernel during processing.

Palm Oil

Palm oil is a vegetable oil obtained from the mesocarp (reddish pulp) of the oil palm fruit. The oil is utilised in food production, cosmetics, and as a biofuel.
Oil palms have been used by humans for over 5,000 years. Palm oil’s highly saturated nature causes it to solidify at room temperature in temperate climates, making it a suitable substitute for butter or hydrogenated vegetable oils in applications where solid fat is desired, such as pastry dough and baked products. The increased usage of palm oil in the food industry is due to health concerns about trans fats in hydrogenated vegetable oils.Around 70% of personal care items, such as soap, shampoo, cosmetics, and lotion, include palm oil-derived components.

Soybean Oil

It’s one of the most extensively used cooking oils, and it’s stable and long-lasting. It’s also inexpensive and widely available. Soybean oil is mostly used in baking and cooking. It can also be used as a salad dressing. Soybean oil’s omega-3 fatty acids protect the cardiovascular system by scraping off harmful cholesterol. Linoleic acid (omega-6 fatty acids) is important for brain function, growth and development, encouraging skin and hair growth, preserving bone health, controlling metabolism, and sustaining the reproductive system, in addition to omega-3 fatty acids. Soybean oil contains a high amount of vitamin K, which helps to alleviate Alzheimer’s symptoms and may even reverse the disease.
Vitamin K promotes bone repair, making it a good osteoporosis treatment.

Olive Oil

Olive oil has been linked to the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease, digestive disorders, diabetes, and cellular oxidation in recent scientific studies. Olive oil’s major component, oleic acid, raises good cholesterol (HDL) levels by transporting bad cholesterol deposited in arteries to the liver, where it is eliminated, lowering the risk of arterial thrombosis and heart attacks. Olive oil also helps to remove free radicals and strengthen the cell membrane due to its high presence of POWERFUL ANTIOXIDANTS such as sterols, tocopherols, and vitamins (particularly vitamin E). It is extremely beneficial to consume during childhood and old age.

We provide all types of organic olive oil: extra virgin, virgin, and also refined and pure organic olive oil .