Soybean Oil organic
Organic Soybean Oil applications: food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, technical and pharmaceutical applications
cold pressed, virgin
Organic soybean oil in other languages:
Bio Sojaöl, organic soybean oil, huile de soja bio, olio di soia organico, органическое соевое масло, aceite de soja orgánico
GLYCINE MAX (SOYBEAN) OIL
The origin of the soybean is assumed in South East Asia, since it was already domesticated in China during the Shang dynasty about 1700-1100 before Christ. Until the end of the 18th century the spread of the soybean plant was limited to China, Manchuria, Korea and Japan. In 1790 it was brought to England but did not thrive in the local climate. At the beginning of the 19th century it came to the USA but it took another 50 years for the soya cultivation there to increase significantly, due to a trade agreement with Japan. Today soy is cultivated almost industrially in the USA.
Glycine soja is considered as a wild form of Glycine max., which is an annual herb. The stem is upright, more or less strongly branched, mostly 40-90 cm high and hairy. The leaves are threefold, large, all-round and likewise densely hairy. The flowers are inconspicuous, violet to whitish and very short stalked.
How organic soybean oil is produced:
Organic soybean oil is obtained by pressing the soybeans. The pressed oil has a yellow to dark yellow color and a characteristic taste.
Relative composition of organic soybean oil:
Organic soybean oil and its applications:
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