REFINED, BLEACHED & DEODORISED (RBD) PALM OLEIN
Palm oil is a natural food that has been consumed for more than 5000 years. It is derived from the fleshy mesocarp of the fruit of the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis).
RBD Palm Olein is obtained from fractionating RBD Palm Oil to separate liquid parts (olein) from solid parts (Stearin). RBD Palm Olein is a clear yellow liquid at room temperature with no contamination (eg: oxidation). RBD Palm Olein is used as frying oil for food industries, such as snack food manufacturing and fast food manufacturing. It is also used as raw materials for such other products like Margarines and Shortenings.
It contains an equal proportion of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. It is also a source of Vitamin E. It is stable and versatile even without hydrogenation. Hydrogenation process will form trans fatty acids, which may have adverse affect on health
Delivery of RBD Palm Olein can be arranged in Bulk / Flexibags / Drums & consumer packs.
RDB PALM OLEIN SPEC
|Moisture & Impurities||Iodine Value (Wijs)|| Melting Point |
| Cloud Points|
|Colour (5-1/4" Lovibond Cell|
| 0.1 Max|
|0.1 Max||56 - 60 Min|| 24 Degree|
|CP 8 - 10||3R Max 30Y Max|
More people get hospitalized or die an early death due to heart attacks than road accidents!
Heart disease happens when cholesterol (a white, fatty substance in the blood) seeps into the walls of the blood vessels. Over time, the blood vessels thicken and harden. Eventually, the inside surface may rupture or tear, causing blood clot that blocks blood flow to the heart.
Cholesterol starts seeping into the blood vessel walls as early as adolescence. It is a natural thing to happen in your body.
The rate of cholesterol entering your blood vessel walls depends on many factors. Among these are exercise, diet, weight and smoking. Numerous studies have shown that palm oil in the diet lowers total blood cholesterol and 'bad' LDL cholesterol and increases the 'good' HDL cholesterol. It contains little to no trans-fats that raise LDL cholesterol and increase the risk of heart disease.