Canola Oil Organic refined
Organic Canola Oil refined, Organic Canola Seed Oil refined
cold pressed, refined
Organic canola oil refined in other languages:
Bio Rapsöl, Huile de pépins de canola organique, Orgaaninen kanaöljysuola, Οργανικό έλαιο σπόρων κράμβης, Olio di semi di canola organica, Óleo de semente de canola orgânico, Органическое масло семян канолы, Aceite de semilla de colza orgánico
The canola plant:
Brassica napus is a 60-140 cm tall, upright plant. The leaves are void, blue-green, and bare. The flowers are golden yellow and standing in grapes. The fruit is a 5-10 cm long pod. Canola is naturally a plant that grows in moderate widths. The native home of Brassica napus is probably located in the Baltic Sea and Russia. One differentiates between summer and winter canola.
How organic canola oil refined is produced:
The organic canola oil (organic canola seed oil) is extracted from the ripe seeds of the canola plant by cold pressing. The canola seeds obtained after harvesting are small black-brown grains. They have an oil content of around 40%. After thorough cleaning, they are broken up in the rolling mill. By pressing the seed twice and by intensive filtration at low temperatures and without chemical substances, most of the organic canola oil (organic canola seed oil) can be recovered. Then the oil is refined. Refined organic canola oil is a clear to light yellow liquid with a neutral flavor.
The refining process consists of the steps degumming, neutralization (only if the acid number is >4), bleaching (if the color values require it), deodorization (about 1.5h at 210°C.). The final stage of the refining process is thus the deodorizing, which is why the declaration of the organic canola oil as "deodorized" would also be permissible and true. That is why we can provide our organic canola oil with the attribute R = refined.
Relative composition of organic canola oil refined: