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Expeller Pressed Avocado Oil (Persea americana) 1 2 4 8 16 32 oz.

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New Zealand
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Our Sacred Garden
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United States
Expeller Pressed
Refined
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About this item

Avocado oil

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Avocado oil

Avocado oil is pressed from the fruit of the Persea americana (avocado). It is used for lubrication and in cosmetics, where it is valued for its supposed regenerative and moisturizing properties.[1]

It has an unusually high smoke point, both unrefined and especially when refined. The smoke point of the unrefined form is 480 °F (249 °C) and the refined form can reach 520 °F (271 °C).[2] The exact smoke point depends heavily on the quality of refinement and the way the oil has been handled until reaching store shelves and subsequent kitchens.

Vegetable oils

Type Processing
Treatment
Saturated
fatty acids[7]
Mono-
unsaturated
fatty acids[7]
Polyunsaturated fatty acids Oleic acid
(?-9)
Smoke point
Total poly[7] linolenic acid
(?-3)
Linoleic acid
(?-6)
Avocado   11.560 70.554 13.486 1 12.5   480 °F (249 °C)[8]
Canola (rapeseed)   7.365 63.276 28.142 10 10   400 °F (204 °C)[9]
Coconut   91.000 6.000 3.000   2 6 350 °F (177 °C)[9]
Corn[10]   12.948 27.576 54.677 1 58 28 450 °F (232 °C)
Cottonseed   25.900 17.800 51.900 1 54 19 420 °F (216 °C)[10]
Flaxseed/Linseed (European)[11]   7.500 15.500 79.000 64 15 11 225 °F (107 °C)
Olive   14.000 72.000 14.000 1.5 15   380 °F (193 °C)[9]
Palm   49.300 37.000 9.300   10 40 455 °F (235 °C)
Peanut   16.900 46.200 32.000   32 48 437 °F (225 °C)[10]
Safflower (>70% linoleic)   8.000 15.000 75.000       410 °F (210 °C)[9]
Safflower (high oleic)   7.541 75.221 12.820       410 °F (210 °C)[9]
Soybean   15.650 22.783 57.740 7 50 24 460 °F (238 °C)[10]
Sunflower (<60% linoleic)   10.100 45.400 40.100 0.2 39.8 45.3 440 °F (227 °C)[10]
Sunflower (>70% oleic)   9.859 83.689 3.798       440 °F (227 °C)[10]
Cottonseed (hydrogenated)[7] Hydrogenated 93.600 1.529 0.587   0.287  
Palm (hydrogenated) Hydrogenated 47.500 40.600 7.500      
Soybean (hydrogenated)[7] Hydrogenated 21.100 73.700 0.400 0.096    
Values as percent (%) by weight of total fat.

Manufacturing

A centrifuge is suitable for manufacturing avocado oil. The industrial centrifuge separates the avocado pulp into the fruit flesh, oil and water phases. Following this, the separator refines the oil phase and removes ultrafine impurities. This process is gentle to the product and is appropriate for producing the highest grade of avocado oil. Processing with the Tricanter leads to a high yield, clear avocado oil and maximum product quality.[13]




Disclaimer

The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA

This information is for educational purposes only, it is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose any disease or condition. Nor is it intended to prescribe in any way. This information is for educational purposes only and may not be complete, nor may its data be accurate.

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