Groundnut Oil

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Groundnut Oil

As a renowned Groundnut Oil Manufacturer in India, Agrocrops sources its groundnut oil from four key origins: the United States, Africa, Brazil, and India. Our commitment to quality is unwavering, evident in our non-GMO oil offered in various packaging options such as 1L and 5L retail packs, steel drums, flexitanks, and ISO tanks.

We sell oil in several forms: natural (or “crude”) cold-pressed groundnut oil, filtered cold-pressed oil, natural hot-pressed oil, and refined hot-pressed groundnut oil.

As a reputable groundnut oil manufacturer, we take pride in upholding the highest quality standards. Our rigorous processes ensure that our cold-pressed groundnut oil is not only free from aflatoxins but also retains its natural freshness and nutritional value. We are dedicated to providing you with a premium product that aligns with CODEX standards, derived from carefully selected peanuts through a chemical-free process. Our state-of-the-art machinery maintains optimal oil temperature throughout extraction, resulting in consistent quality.

Our aromatic cold-pressed oil is ideal for gourmet applications, giving any food product a deliciously rich nutty flavour.

Our expeller systems extract oil following a more conventional process for hot-pressed groundnut oil, producing both crude and refined products. The FFA of our supply ranges from 0.5% to 2%, with aflatoxin levels ranging from 4 PPB to 15 PPB.

Why Choose Agrocrops as Your Groundnut Oil Manufacturer?

Chemical-free process

Our peanut oil is chemical free, which means there is no bleaching of the product and no chemical refining process.

0% blending

We don’t blend our groundnut oil with other common oils such as cottonseed oil or castor oil, so you’re only getting a premium peanut product.

Aromatic oil

Our aromatic groundnut oil is produced with a high pyrazine content, resulting in a high aroma and flavour profile – making it ideal for baking.

Crude, filtered, or refined

We manufacture all three grades of peanut oil, without using chemical treatment anywhere in the process.

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