Refined Sunflower Oil

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Selin Refined Sunflower Seeds Edible Cooking Oil is obtained from the highest quality sunflower seeds and manufactured with the latest technology. Selin refined suflower oil is Vitamin E rich with perfect final product quality, lightness and taste as per international standards. Our production technology helps maintain the maximum amount of natural nutritional qualities to ensure a healthy final product.

Sunflower Oil is best for cooking or serving hot and cold meals, fried foods, salads, pastry and many others preferred in many countries with a growing demand and consumption trend due it's nutritionally rich and healthy content.

Refined Sunflower Oil Energy And Nutrition Facts

Refined Sunflower Oil

# Energy and Nutrients in 100 g
1 Energy 894 kcal (3674 Kj)
2 Protein 0 g
3 Monounsaturated fatty acids 34 g
4 Polyunsaturated fatty acids 56 g
5 Saturated fatty acids 10 g
6 Trans fatty acid 0 g
7 Cholesterol 0 mg
8 Carbohydrate 0 g
9 Fiber 0 g
10 Sodium 0 mg
11 Free Fatty Acids < 0.3%

Packing Type

Refined Sunflower Oil

# Packing  
1 Plastic Bottles 500ml, 1000ml, 2000ml, 4000ml, 4500ml, 5000ml
2 Pet Jars 4500ml, 5000ml
3 Tin Cans 5000ml, 10000ml, 18000ml
4   Private-Label Branding

CERTIFICATION ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 22.000: 2005, ISO 14001:2015, OHSAS 18001 and HALAL
Shelf Life:24 months(Store in a cool and dry place and do not expose to direct sunlight.)

Has been produced in accordance with the Turkish Food Codex in regards the Norms that apply to Edible Cooking Oils referred with plant names.

Sunflower Seeds Oil Production Steps

Oil Seed Purchase
The oiled seeds are moved to the casting unit after completing the input inspection process. The production input is subjected to seed cleaning and storage.

Main purpose of the cleaning process is to reduce losses by separating foreign materials. The cleaning process is carried out with vibrating sieves and aspiration and then separated from the oil seeds by means of metal separators. The oiled seeds that are cleaned are stored in silos.

Crushing Process
This process is to prepare oil seeds for pressing process. This process generally consists of processes of crushing, separating the seeds and crushing of shells.

At this stage, some of the oil can be removed by squeezing the oil seeds. It consists of crushing, roasting and pressing of the seeds.
The oil seeds are annealed by crushing and the pressing process is eased. The seed pulp consisting of tempered seeds then easily absorbs the solvents and oil extraction becomes more efficient.
The next stage is roasting. The aim is to easily remove the oil from crushed seeds by heat effect and to to precipitate the phosphatides then dried easy for more efficient pressing.
The seeds are then squeezed by pressing.

Extraction (Oil Removal)
This phase consists of four different processes for the extraction, desolventizer, distillation and absorption.

With the extraction, the remaining part of the oil which is about half of the oil in the pulp remainder from the previous step is extracted with the help of a solvent called hexane. The hexane material is then removed by applying various techniques from the resulting oil. The separated oil is taken to the crude oil storage tanks.
Then the pulp is elevated to the solvent extruder. Here, the possible hexane remainder in the pulp is separated by applying heat, evaporation and vacuum.

Distillation progress is to recover the hexane substance for further use.
The hexane, which can not be condensed in the previous stage by absorption, is decomposed by a mineral oil in the two stations, which are defined as holder and separator. The separated hexane is then condensed by means of vacuum. Mineral oil is then cooled for reuse.

Raw sunflower oil is subjected to degumming, neutralization, dewaxing and vinterisation, bleaching and deodorization processes in sequence, both physically and chemically refined and then filled and packed.

The degumming process hydrates the oil and separates the phospholipids, proteins and gums in the fat by losing their solubility.

By neutralization, the free fatty acids present in the crude oil are saponified and removed by the sodium hydroxide material.

Wax molecules which are insoluble at room temperature and cause turbidity in oil are separated by dewaxing and winterizing processes.

Removal of coloring pigments, phospholipids, oxidation products, trace metals and soap residues in the oil by absorbing is called bleaching.

In the deodorization phase, substances giving of odor, taste, color and acidity to the oil are removed.

Filling and Packaging
Refined oils obtained as a result of the refining process are then subjected to various analyzes, sample collections and automatically packed in various types of packages in bottling plants and packaged untouched.

The final refined oil we do consume with pleasure which passes through all the stages, then delivered to our kitchens by means of various distribution channels.