Cold Pressed Oils and Virgin Oils


    Cold-pressed Oils and Virgin Oils

    Whether for frying food or decorating, oil is an indispensable and essential ingredient for any culinary endeavor. Granum oils are, by their properties, unrefined oils that are obtained mechanically, i.e., by pressing with a press. This process produces oil where all enzymes, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals are preserved, making them a perfect ally in all recipes.

    Frequently asked questions and answers

    What does cold-pressed mean?

    Cold pressing refers to oils obtained by pressing the seeds without applying heat. Cold-pressed oils retain the taste, aroma, and nutrients from the raw material, making these oils excellent for cooking and skin care. The oils are without artificial additives and preservatives.

    Why avoid refined oils?

    Refined oils are the most affordable and economical, but the production method eliminates many beneficial ingredients. Oils are extracted using high temperatures and chemical solvents, resulting in a product of inferior food quality.

    Are there any adverse effects of using oil on the skin and hair?

    We recommend that you first apply minimal oil to the skin to check for sensitivity and signs of irritation. Some people may be allergic to natural oils. Do not continue application if irritation occurs.

    Why are your oils unrefined?

    Unrefined oils are considered healthier to use than refined oils. The extraction process used for unrefined oils leaves the product as close to its natural form as possible. Unrefined oils retain their nutrients, flavor, and aroma.

    Which oils should not be heated?

    Oils that you do not heat are pumpkin and linseed oil.