Extruded rapeseed cake

is the material left over after the oil is pressed and extruded from rapeseed. It is a complete feed product with a high content of easily digestible protein (above 90%), and is a product with high energy value (it contains about 9% canola oil) that is non-GMO and free of chemicals. It can be both a component of compound feeds and used directly in livestock diets.


Refined rapeseed oil

is produced by refining crude rapeseed oil. During this multi-stage purification process, undesirable substances are removed from the oil, the removal of which opens up possibilities for many of its applications, including in many diverse industries. The process of refining the oil allows it to be used when frying food.


Crude rapeseed oil

is obtained by pressing rapeseed. It is not refined and retains parameters similar to the oil contained in the grains from which it is extracted. It meets the most desirable health-promoting criteria – being a source of vitamin E, vitamin K and provitamin A. Cold-pressed it has antioxidant properties. To protect the fats it contains and the light-sensitive vitamin E, it comes in brown glass bottles.

Desludged oil

is obtained by pressing rapeseed, followed by mild desludging. These processes reduce phospholipid components without removing free fatty acids. This type of oil serves as a component in the food, chemical and biofuel industries.

Fatty acid distillate

is a byproduct of the oil refining process. It is used in the chemical and biofuel industries.

Dried lecithin

is obtained by separating the phospholipid fraction from crude oil. It is employed in the food industry as an emulsifier, an additive for confectionery and bakery products, as well as in the chemical and cosmetic industries.