This is a combination of sunflower oil, soya oil and grape seed oil, in different proportions. It is rich in unsaturated fat oils and is a low-cost option, making it the ideal product for professional kitchens. It works well with fryers due to its resistance to high temperatures.
This oil has a golden yellow colour and is the most commonly consumed seed oil. Its main element is linoleic acid, rich in Omega 6 and Vitamins A, D and E. It is widely used both professionally and in homes, especially for frying as it does not infuse other food with its flavour or scent.
This is a sunflower oil enriched with antioxidants (Vitamin E) and defoamer, making it highly resistant for deep fat frying and to constant high temperatures. These properties mean that there is no smoke or foam during the frying process, resulting in a crunchy and dry fry.
This is a sunflower oil with an oleic percentage of 80%, meaning it has remarkably similar qualities to olive oil in terms of heat resistance. Although its ideal frying temperature is between 180 and 200 degrees, its smoke point is over 240°, meaning its resistance and duration in the fryer is far superior to other sunflower oils.