Soya Bean Oil
- Company Name:Aptika.Ltd
- Membership:Free Member
- Registration Date:2016. 09.22
- City: Kyiv
- Related Keywords:OLIVE SQUALANE, OLIVE SQUALANE WAXES, EFPBIOTEK OLIVE BUTTER, Lymph Oil
Soya Bean Oil is the widely consumed cooking oil. Our Soya Bean Oil is prepared following strict quality measures so as to ensure purity. The Refined Soya Bean Oil, offered by us, is high in demand owing to its wholesomeness. When you seek purity and quality of the highest order, you should consider no other name but ours for buying Refined Soybean Oil. Our name finds a place in the list of the topmost Soya Bean Exporters & Suppliers; this is not what we claim rather what our customers opine for us. When sourcing Refined Soya Bean Oil from manufacturers, we make sure we are choosing the most reliable names. Besides, we have our own quality test methods in place to ensure that are customers get the finest when it comes to quality and purity of Soya Bean Oil.
On the product composition front, Mohan Dhara possesses highest levels of transparency among its competitive brands, which is a measure of its purity and supreme quality as a healthy product. Every pack of Mohan Dhara contains finest Refined Soyabean Oil produced by an elaborate refining process at the B.L. Agro plant. For Mohan Dhara, crude soyabean oil of specific quality is sourced from either domestic or overseas markets, and put through Chemical Refining process using MNR and Nitrogen Blanketing technology.
Refining Process - Why chemical, & why not Physical?
The purpose of refining edible oils and fats is to remove free fatty acids and other objectionable substances including impurities while maintaining the nutritional value and ensuring the quality and stability of the end product.
There are two main refining processes used on crude oils, chemical/alkali and physical refining, which differ principally in the way free fatty acid are removed.
Chemical/alkali refining consists of following under mentioned standard steps:
It is the first step of chemical refining. Its purpose is to remove seed particles, impurities, and most of the phosphatides, carbohydrates, proteins and traces of metals.
The crude oil is treated with food grade processing acids and/or water at a temperature around 700C which leads to hydration of most of the phosphatides, proteins, carbohydrates, and traces of metals. The hydrated material precipitates from the oil and is removed.
Alkali neutralization reduces the content of the following components:
Free fatty acids, oxidation products of free fatty acids, residual proteins, phosphatides, carbohydrates, traces of metals and a part of the pigments. The oil is treated with an alkali solution (caustic soda) that reacts with the free fatty acids present and convert then into soaps stock. The mixture allows then to separate the oil phase freed from fatty acids that floats on top from a layer phase of soap, alkali solution and other impurities, which is drawn off. The oil is then washed with water to remove the soap, alkali solution and other impurities, when it is ready for decolorizing or deodorizing process Bleaching.
The purpose of bleaching (decolorizing) is to reduce the levels of pigments such as carotenoids and chlorophyll, but also further remove residues of phosphatides, soaps, traces of metals, oxidation products, and proteins. These trace components interfere further processing and reduce the quality of the final product. These substances are removed by adsorption with activated clay and silica. If heavy polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are present, activated carbon is used for their removal. Dosage of these adsorption agents is adjusted to ensure the removal of the specific substances. The bleaching clay/silica containing all these substances is separated by filtration. These processes are partly done under vacuum and at temperature below 1100C.
Deodorization is simply a vacuum steam distillation process that removes the relatively volatile components, that give rise to undesirable flavours, colours and odours in fats and oils. This is feasible because of the great difference in volatility between these undesirable substance and the triglycerides (oils & fats).
Depending on the residence time in the deodorizer, the process is carried out under vacuum (1-3 torr) and at a temperature around 2500C, and using a stripping media such as super heated dry steam since the substances for odour and flavours are usually volatile; conditions are adopted within these ranges as appropriate to ensure the removal of specific substances. Further removal of proteins is achieved at this step. Careful execution of these four processing steps ensures that fully refined oils possess good organoleptic and physiochemical qualities. The extent of protein removal is of critical importance to absence of allergenicities.
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