Biscuit Palm Fat

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This oil is extracted from the fruit pulp of the oleaginous palm tree  Elaeis guineensis, by physical means - mechanical pressing - without using solvents or other chemical substances. Refining of this oil is naturally done – physically - where only natural products are employed in its processing (citric acid and bleaching earth). That differs from chemical refining conventional processes, where caustic soda is used to neutralize free fatty acids. In the palm oil physical refining process, free fatty acids are removed by distillation.

Characteristics

Due to the presence of natural anti-oxidants (tocotrienols) and low linolenic acid content (C18:3), this oil is found to be highly stable to oxidation.   It’s naturally semi-solid at room temperature or, in some cases, with phase separation due to its peculiar composition of fatty acids with 50% of saturated fatty acids, 40% of monounsaturated and 10% of polyunsaturated. Once it was not submitted to artificial hydrogenation processes is a trans fatty acid-free product.

Application

Biscuit dough.

Ingredients

Biscuit dough.

Packaging
20kg boxes.
Transportation
Stainless steel tank trucks with serpentine heating coil and isothermical.

Expiration Date
  • 18 days from manufacture date.
  • Basic storage conditions required.

Storage

Keep in stainless steel or epoxy-coated carbon steel tanks, with temperature not exceeding 12°C above melting point. Heating must be done, preferentially, with hot water in the serpentines and at a rate not higher than 5°C / 24 hours.

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