Organic Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil

Organic Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil
Organic Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil

Organic Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil

No coconut taste or smell! Ultra pure and very smooth!

This oil is mechanically expressed without the use of solvents or chemicals of any kind. It is an excellent quality food-grade coconut oil that is NOT hydrogenated and contains NO trans fatty acids. This Ultra-Clean, Supreme Expeller-Pressed Coconut oil has a neutral flavor yet contains the same medium-chain fatty acids as virgin coconut oil.

How is it Made? The organic coconuts are opened and quickly dried. These dried coconuts are then mechanically pressed to remove the oil. No chemical solvents are used at any time during the process. Any free fatty acids in the oil are removed. The oil is run through diatomaceous earth and then steam distilled. This yields a very pure, uncontaminated coconut oil which is commonly sold as expeller pressed coconut oil in the Philippines. However, our oil then travels to the Netherlands for further purification. There it is filtered and cleaned further. The resulting clear, delicious oil is the créme de la créme of expeller pressed coconut oil.

Expeller Pressed Coconut oil melts at 76° F, is very light and creamy smooth, and contains the same medium chain fatty acids as virgin coconut oil. People in Southeast Asian countries, such as the Philippines, use this type of oil as their main cooking oil.

Packaged in a reusable half pint glass container.

The major differences between this Expeller Pressed coconut oil and our Cold Pressed coconut oil are:

•This Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil has experienced heat during processing (it is not raw)

•It has been "cleaned" so there is no coconut taste or smell

•It is slightly less expensive

Looking for coconut oil that smells and tastes like coconut? Check out our Organic Cold Pressed Coconut Oil.

To read Denise's Blog Post about how we use coconut oil Click here.

To watch an interesting video on coconut oil and Alzheimer's click here.

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