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solvent-extracted

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  • This solvent-extracted oil is not as high quality as the cold-pressed oil, but it also goes into certain soaps and consumer products.

    8 Industrial Products

  • Subsequently the material may be hydraulically pressed, screw-pressed or solvent-extracted.

    Chapter 6

  • Solvent-extracted meal is lower in oil content than screw-press (expeller) or hydraulic press meal and these materials may be solvent-extracted subsequently in order to obtain more edible oil.

    Chapter 6

  • On the other hand, its extraction is less complicated and energy-consuming, because the oil has only to be pressed or solvent-extracted from the seed.

    5 Social, Economic, and Environmental Implications

  • Examples include any low-acid canned foods (for example, canned meats, fish, vegetables, milk), hot-extruded snackfoods, carbonated (fizzy) drinks, homogenized or UHT (Ultra-Heat Treated) milk, solvent-extracted cooking oils and irradiated foods (the last is not legal in some countries).

    2 Types of food and prevention of deterioration

  • PETERS, J.E. and WOLFF, I.A. (1965) Evaluation of enzyme-modified, solvent-extracted crambe seed meal by chemical analyses and rat feeding.

    Chapter 5

  • He was fortunate in finding just such a company, British Pepper and Spice, who had major product quality and production problems with a solvent-extracted black pepper oleoresin and who were looking for help and a technical assistant to their Technical Manager.

    SciScoop Science News

  • To produce soybean oil, the soybeans are cracked, adjusted for moisture content, rolled into flakes and solvent-extracted with commercial hexane.

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