How Hemp Oil is made
One of the most controversial oil today is the one extracted from hemp. That’s because people often associate hemp with the variety that contains psychoactive properties. However, hemp oil can be extracted from all the plants of the cannabis genus—including industrial hemp—without traces of THC..
Although the whole hemp plant can be pressed for oil, the best oil can be extracted from its seeds. Organic hemp seed oil contains up to 80 percent polyunsaturated fatty acids (the good fats)—the highest of any known plant in existence. We need these fatty acids but our bodies cannot produce it—we must obtain it from our food source.
That’s where organic hemp seed oil comes in. Oil from hemp is extracted from the seeds through a technique called cold pressing. The seeds are pressed at temperatures lower than 47°C to make sure its micronutrients and flavor are not destroyed in the process.
Our Hemp Oil
Impact Foods is proud to say that our hemp oil comes from organically grown European crops and is cold pressed in Europe as well. We value the nutritive properties of the hemp more than anything else that’s why we process the seeds and do not refine it so that the end user can enjoy the full benefits of hemp oil. The result is raw, pure hemp oil that is far more superior in taste, aroma and nutritional content.
Use it as finishing oil to salad dressings, as a substitute to butter on baked potato and other similar dishes or simply as a daily protein supplement.
Impact Foods can consistently supply wholesale hemp oil in bulk, private label and white label to the UK and all throughout Europe...