|Feaures||Low Cholestrol, Rich In Vitamin|
|Speciality||No Artificial Flavour, 100% Natural|
|Shelf Life||12 Months|
Have you ever wondered, from where your cooking oil comes from and how it is treated?
Then listen, the oil that you are using for cooking, deep frying or in any other things is refined oil. Oil available in market is generally refined oil
Our Brand MPH oil
Our oil is called “kachi ghani” oil.
Oil is first extracted from groundnut by pressing it under normal heat. Then it is filtered through filter cloth and packed directly into container. Hygiene is maintain at each level for maximum retention of nutrients in oil.
We use standard grade of Groundnut that originated in Saurashtra region of Gujarat. After grading and proper analysis of its quality, it is used for oil extraction. We believe that “standard the raw material standard will be the end product”.
Because of a very high smoke point (3500F), groundnut oil can be used for deep frying and high temperature cooking. “Kachi Ghani” groundnut oil adds unique flavour to any food.
Health Benefits of Consuming “kachi Ghani” Oil:-
What is refined oil?
Oil is first extracted from seeds like Groundnut, Sun flower, Cotton seeds, Maize, etc. Then it is refined using numbers of chemical. An oil has been refined by using chemical that are harmful to us. Oil is treated with acid, alkali or bleached. It can also be neutralized, filtered or deodorized.
Why is refined oil?
The refining process creates oil that is stable, easy to preserve, hardly coloured, with no discernable aroma and with a yield more than 90% which is much more profitable to the industry. However cold “pressed” oils preserve all their qualities are more expensive and can lose up to 40% of its substance when extracted.
Harmful chemical added during refining (NaOH) can leads to improper digestion and other gastro intestinal problem.
The high temperature involved in the refining process removes all the natural and beneficial substances from the oil. It instead increases the Trans fats of the oil which is detrimental to your heart health. Regular consumption of this oil can act as a slow poison for your heart and can cause heart attacks or blockages.