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Groundnut & Groundnut Oil

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Peanut oil, cold pressed, organic

Peanuts contain a lot of water and are therefore dried before pressing. After the fruit has been dried and cleaned, the seeds are mechanically pressed and then filtered. The average fat Content is about 50 % with a high share of unsaturated free Patty acids;. Groundnut Kernet H.P.S have high shares of Vitamin E,B1,B6. We offer blanched peanuts in different kinds of preparation, roasted type are also available. Groundnut Kernet H.P.S are growing under the ground surface. The origin of the peanut is Sudan, today we can find the nuts in all tropic- and subtropic zones of the Sudan.

Groundnut Kernet H.P.S are used in the Sweets-, Bakery- and Snackindustry; also for the oil-production. Peanut-oil is a very important ingredient of the worldproduction. Around 2-4 kernels are covered from a thin, bright and brakeable shell. The Groundnut Kernet H.P.S itself is covere by a Brown Skin.

  • SPLIT / BROKEN NUTS        
  • MOISTURE                          
  • OIL                                      

Groundnut Oil Specifications

The Oil be of Good Merchantable Quality , in good Condition, fit and Safefor Processing into edivle product in the EU and in Compnies with Applicable EU Regulations amoungst which Pesticides and Hydrocarons inclunding Mineral Oil Contents.

 Sudanes Crude Unadulterated Groundnut Oil Specifications 

  • MINIMUM FLASH POINT           
  • PEROXIDE VALUE                        
  • LINOLENIC ACID C                     


It  is an erect annual with lobed leaves and brightly colored flowers and woody  stems. Rosa-sinensis has red flowers, while sabdariffa has pale yellow flowers  with a purple center, followed by capsules, surrounded by an enlarged, fleshy  and brightly red calyx.      

Parts used        

The  fresh and dried epicalyces and calyces are used for herbal remedies.  

Properties  of hibiscus            

It is an aromatic, astringent and  cooling herb that has diuretic properties and helps to lower fever as well as  providing vitamin C.
 It  contains mucilage polysaccharides  and pectins, organic acids (hibiscus, ascorbic (vitamin C),  citric, malic and tartaric acids).


Parts  of the flower are used to make a popular drink called Karkade. Various parts of  the plant are also used to make jams, spices, soups, and sauces. The flowers  are used to make medicine. Hibiscus is used for treating loss  of appetite, colds, heart and nerve diseases, upper respiratory tract pain and  swelling (inflammation), fluid retention, stomach irritation, and disorders of   circulation; for dissolving phlegm; as a gentle laxative; and as a diuretic to  increase urine output. In foods and beverages, hibiscus is  used as a flavoring. It is also used to improve the odor, flavor, or appearance  of tea mixtures.