Organic Avocado Oil
Organic Avocado Oil and Its Use in the Food Industry
The fruity-nutty taste of the organic avocado oil harmonizes very well with bread, eggs, fish, poultry, or asparagus as a dressing, dip, or marinade. Combine our organic avocado oil with other organic edible oils, such as our organic almond oil and create a completely new taste nuance in the food industry.
What are the ingredients of the organic avocado oil?
Benefit in the food industry from the high quality of raw food and the valuable ingredients of our organic avocado oil, such as a high proportion of unsaturated fatty acids and vitamins A and E.
The Aztecs used avocados in their diet. Spanish navigators then spread them from southern Mexico to the Caribbean, Chile, and later to Asia. Mexico remains the main exporter to this day, supplying almost half of the avocado volume traded.
The avocado is a single-seeded, mostly fist-sized berry with a dark green to dark red skin, inside of which the round core is surrounded by pulp. In addition to the production of avocado oil, the pulp is also suitable for raw consumption. The seed or kernel accounts for up to 12% of the fruit.
Our organic avocado oil is obtained from the pulp and the split core by cold pressing.