Wholesale supplies of sunflower oil and lecithin products to the U.S.
Ideal for frying. Thanks to its highest level of purification and refinement, our refined, deodorized sunflower oil has neutral odor and taste and is traditionally used for frying and long-time cooking, as this type of oil is free from any substances that are unwanted during heating. Our Sunflower oil is made of sunflower seeds passing most stringent laboratory inspection, while our modern process technology and highly-skilled operating personnel ensure its perfect quality attested by certificates and recognized with numerous awards.
High-quality food grade sunflower crude lecithin (phosphatide concentrate) is continuously available for sale and export from a full-cycle sunflower crushing and oil production facility. This product is intended as feedstock for further processing into food grade lecithin used in the food industry (e.g., bakery and confectionery) as well as an important ingredient for formula feeds and feed supplements used in animal farming.
A high concentration of phospholipids in the de-oiled sunflower lecithin powder makes it sufficient to achieve very good results in various applications. Sunflower lecithin de-oiled powder is a perfect replacer for Soy powder lecithin as it carries the same functional capacity. In comparison to soy, sunflower is hypoallergenic, IP sustainable and safe. Sunflower does not have any Genetic Modifications. The good natural taste and smell of sunflower lecithin powder makes it attractive for use in a diversity of ways. It acts as an emulsifier, wetting agent, stabilizer, release agent, antioxidant and dispersant.
High-quality food grade soybean crude lecithin (phosphatide concentrate) is continuously available for sale and export from a full-cycle sunflower crushing and oil production facility.
Contains naturally occurring phosphatidyl choline. Abounds in phosphatidyl inositol, phosphatidyl, and essential fatty acids. Is soy-free and vegetarian.
Canola oil is used in a variety of industries, including food production, cosmetics, and biofuels. In the food industry, it is used for cooking, baking, and as an ingredient in salad dressings, margarine, and other products. In cosmetics, it is used as an emollient and moisturizer. In biofuels, it can be used as a feedstock for biodiesel production.
Canola lecithin has several useful properties that make it a popular ingredient in various industries. It is a natural emulsifier, which means it helps to stabilize mixtures of oil and water. It is also a natural dispersant, which means it helps to evenly distribute particles throughout a mixture. Canola lecithin is also a good source of choline, which is an essential nutrient that is important for brain function and liver health.