Edible oils contain virtually no trans fats and have a high concentration of heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty fats. Edible oils are liquid at room temperature and boil at about 70 degrees F, which make them an excellent replacement for traditional vegetable cooking oil.
Our edible oils are kosher certified.
Where do edible oils come from?
Edible oils are produced from crude palm oil in four stages: degumming, bleaching, deodorizing and distillation. First, crude palm oil is degummed to separate its various components. Next, the crude palm oil is bleached and deodorized. And finally, the free fatty acids in crude palm oil are distilled to obtain refined palm oil. Aemetis produces edible refined palm oil at our production facility in Kakinada, India.
What are edible oils used for?
Edible oils are commonly used as an industrial frying oil for corn and potato chips, snack foods, and instant noodles but have many other uses in food and soap markets as well. The high monounsaturated fatty acid count and low trans fat content make edible oils a healthy alterative to traditional vegetable cooking oil.