Vegetable Palm Oil 20 Liter Jerry Can
Vegetable Cooking Palm Oil 20 Liter Jerry Can – This Reesha Vegetable Palm Oil 20 Liter Yellow Jerry Can is a palm oil product that has been tested for its nutritional value. This product is vegan and non-GMO. The product has been labeled with its country of origin, the batch number, the expiration date, and the product size. The tin is durable and can be opened easily with a hand or a spoon.
This is the pure Reesha Vegetable Palm Oil which is made from 100% organic, cold-pressed, pure vegetable cooking oil and is refined, bleached and deodorized. It is one of the best-selling brands of palm oil in Middle East Region and African Countries. It’s great for frying, baking, and making a variety of savory and sweet dishes. Available stock in Dubai, UAE
What is palm oil?
Palm oil comes from the fleshy fruit of oil palms. Unrefined palm oil is sometimes referred to as red palm oil because of its reddish-orange color.
The main source of palm oil is the Elaeis guineensis tree, which is native to the coastal countries of West and Southwest Africa, including Angola, Gabon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and others. It has a long history of use in these regions.
A similar oil palm known as Elaeis oleifera is found in South America, but it’s rarely grown commercially. However, a hybrid of the two plants is sometimes used in palm oil production.
In recent years, oil palm growth has expanded to Southeast Asia, including Malaysia and Indonesia. These two countries currently produce more than 80% of the world’s palm oil supply.
Palm oil is now one of the least expensive and most popular oils worldwide, accounting for one-third of global plant oil production.
However, it’s important to note that palm oil should not be confused with palm kernel oil. While both originate from the same plant, palm kernel oil is extracted from the seed of the fruit. It provides different health benefits.
Unrefined vs Refined Palm Oil
Unrefined palm oil is raw oil that is pressed directly from the palm plant. It’s reddish in color, with a distinct odor and flavor. This type is more often used in traditional cooking in West African countries such as Nigeria.
On the other hand, refined palm oil goes through a number of processing steps to give it a neutral color and flavor. It is used more widely in food manufacturing or for frying mass-produced foods.