Pomace Oil global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Pomace Oil in the world in the global markets

refined pomace oil n.s. ex warehouse arrival


Price range: 3.25 - 3.3 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Genoa Wholesale Market | Date: 2022-05-13

refined pomace oil n.s. ex warehouse arrival


Price range: 3.08 - 3.1 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Foggia Wholesale Market | Date: 2022-05-12

refined pomace oil n.s. ex warehouse arrival


Price range: 3 - 3 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Milan Wholesale Market | Date: 2022-05-10

refined pomace oil n.s. ex warehouse arrival


Price range: 2.93 - 3 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Rome Wholesale Market | Date: 2022-05-09

Pomace Oil

Olive pomace oil is smooth and light, not bitter like virgin olive oil. It has a lower smoking point than most oils so it is better for low-heat stir-fries and sauteing than for high heat frying. Additionally, due to its lower quality, it has fewer antioxidants than regular extra virgin olive oil. Pomace olive oil is high heat-stable, which means it can be used for frying at higher temperatures than extra virgin olive oil. Pomace olive oil is considerably more processed than extra virgin olive oil and has a less intense taste. Pomace oils are also available as organic pomace oil, cold-pressed pomace oil, extra light pomace olive oil, and pure pomace oil. There is a variety of cooking oils made from different parts of the olive fruit. "Olive Oil" refers to cooking oil that comes mainly from the pulp of the fruit, not its seeds. There is also a range of other oils produced from olives, like pomace oil, which comes from the olive residue (pomace) left after producing virgin olive oil. Pomace is created when olives are pressed for their juice or oil; that liquid contains the nutrients of the fruit. The remains are pressed again to get so-called virgin olive oil, and then even further to create pomace oil. Pomace oil is much more affordable than extra virgin olive oil because it's made with pulp, instead of just the first pressing before all of the fruit is separated from its seeds and stems. Pomace oils are usually very light in color and mild in flavor since they come from a second press of the fruit. The color and flavor of the oil should be considered when one is purchasing a pomace olive oil. In addition to its lower price, pomace oil has a higher smoke point than extra virgin olive oil does, which makes it more suitable for cooking at high temperatures or frying. However, because it's made from the pulp of the fruit instead of just the first pressing, it may have a more unpleasant flavor than extra virgin olive oil.

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