Carolina Gold Oil Company

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About US
About Our Cold Pressed Oil's All of Carolina Gold’s oils are extracted through cold pressed methods. Cold pressed oils are unrefined and extracted without the use of hexane and harsh chemicals. Unrefined cooking oils are obtained through pressing and grinding fruit or seeds with the use of heavy granite millstones or modern stainless steel presses. Cold pressed oils retain all of their flavor, aroma, and nutritional value of the seed from which they were pressed. Although there is some heat in the process through friction, the heat must not exceed 120° F for the oil to be considered cold pressed. All of our high oleic oils are pressed from high oleic seeds that are conventionally bred. High oleic oil is any oil that is high in monounsaturated acid. High oleic oil is very stable and has a long shelf life. Baking, sautéing and frying are all ideal uses for high oleic oil's. Benefits of unsaturated fats include a great source of the healthy fats that contribute to our energy and act as excellent lubricants to our digestive tract. Providing protective insulation to our organs as well as allowing for the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, E, D and K. About Us R. Britt Farms is located near the small town of Harrellsville, North Carolina in Hertford County. Family owned and operated since its purchase by Franklin Pulaski Britt in 1910, the original house still stands and is home to the Britt family 105 years later. The fifth generation of Britt’s currently farms the land.

Our Products
Cold Pressed High Oleic Sunflower Oil Cold Pressed High Oleic Peanut Oil

Web Site
www.carolinagoldoil.com

Here's where you can find our products
www.carolinagoldoil.com

Carolina Gold Oil Company
Lee Britt
332 Baker rd
Harrellsville, NC 27942
Hertford County
Phone: 252-209-4288
carolinagoldoil@gmail.com




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