Rapeseed Oil

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Because of its high level of mono-unsaturated fats, and its rich source of vitamin E, Rapeseed oil is becoming increasingly popular.It's about 7% lower in saturated fats than any other oil, and benefits from more mono-unsaturated fats, which have shown to reduce blood cholesterol levels. Neutrally flavoured, this oil is especially suitable for cooking, frying and salad dressings.Rapeseed oil, also known as Canola, has a mild flavour and can be produced in either liquid or in solid form.

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RAPESEED OIL SPECIFICATION

Taste: Neutral

Impurities: Negative

Free Fatty Acid ( % )max: 0,10

Moisture ( % )max: 0,05

Peroxide Value ( meq O2/ kg )max 5

Specific gravity at 20 degr C0,91 – 0,93

Iodine value ( g / 100 g )110 – 126

Colour Lovibond 5 1/4 ” Red max 1,5

Colour Lovibond 5 1/4 ” Yellow max 20

C 12:0

C 14:0 (Myristic Acid)

C 16:0 ( Palmitic Acid )2 – 6

C16:1 (Palmitoleic Acid)0,1 – 0,6

C 18:0 ( Stearic Acid )0,5 – 2,5

C 18:1 ( Oleic Acid )52 – 65

C 18:2 ( Linoleic Acid )16 – 22

C 18:3 ( Linolenic Acid )7 – 12

C 20:0 ( Arachidic Acid )0,2 – 1

C 20:1 ( Gadoleic Acid )1 – 4

C 20:2 (Eicosenic Acid)

C 22:0 ( Behenic Acid )0,2 – 1

C 22:1 ( Erucic Acid )max 2

C 24:0 ( Lignoceric Acid )

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