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EDIBLE SAFFLOWER OIL USP
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Our company offers safflower oil for various applications. We ship many types of oils and fats in 1L, 2L, 5L, 10L, 20L, 5, 30, 55, & 275 gallon containers to truck load and tank trucks (not all products available in all pack sizes; some pack sizes for some products only available on demand). We wholesale vegetable oils, including safflower oil and we are known in the industry for fair deals, quality products and fast delivery. Export service to all destinations is available. Please contact us for for latest prices and/or bulk discounts on safflower oil.
Safflower Oil is the refined fixed oil obtained from the seed of Carthamus tinctorius Linné (Fam. Compositae).
Because of natural variations in oilseed crops, chemical and physical constants cannot be guaranteed at all times. However, oil sold as USP is guaranteed to meet the USP monograph.
GENERAL INFORMATION - Safflower Oil - Edible
Safflower oil is pressed from the seeds of the safflower plant (Carthamus tinctorius), which is cultivated in India. The plant also yields a fugitive dyestuff. The oil is rather slow-drying, and when it is polymerized by heating, it gels. It has been used in India, under the name Roghan, for decorative painting. The plant is now cultivated in the United States, where the oil is used as a polyunsaturated cooking oil and, in combination with synthetic resins, as a binder for industrial paints. Safflower oil, like poppyseed oil, contains linoleic acid but very little or no linolenic acid, the ingredient that is thought to cause both the yellowing and the strong film-making quality of linseed oil. Safflower oil is lighter in color than linseed oil, and so white paints ground with it appear whiter than do those with linseed oil. Many manufacturers use safflower oil in their white oil paints instead of grinding them in linseed oil or poppyseed oil, claiming that the safflower oil whites change color less than do those made with linseed oil.
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