Nutiva Organic Fair-Trade Ecuadorian Red Palm Oil, 15 Fl Oz (Pack of 2), USDA Organic, Non-GMO, Sustainably-Sourced, Whole 30 Approved & Vegan,…

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  • Nutiva’s all-natural cold filtration process yields a pure, light-tasting, nutrient-rich, non-hydrogenated oil without the use of hexane or other dangerous chemicals
  • Nutiva USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, Cold-Filtered, Unrefined, Fair Trade Ecuadorian Red Palm Oil is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin E, beta-carotene, tocotrienols, and tocopherols
  • Ideal addition to Whole30, vegetarian, vegan, whole food, paleo-friendly, ketogenic, and gluten-free diets
  • Delicious buttery oil colored red by the highest Vitamin A & E levels of any plant-based oil is just right for soups, sauces, and sautéing
  • Nutiva stringently adheres to USDA guidelines and partners with small, well-established, organic family farms in Ecuador to source and process responsibly harvested red palm fruit with absolutely no deforestation, habitat destruction, or monocropping for Fair for Life Certified red palm oil
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

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Package Dimensions

8.82 x 7.48 x 5.31 inches, 1.95 Pounds

Item model number

RED152G

UPC

692752105357 692752103667

Manufacturer

Nutiva

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9 reviews for Nutiva Organic Fair-Trade Ecuadorian Red Palm Oil, 15 Fl Oz (Pack of 2), USDA Organic, Non-GMO, Sustainably-Sourced, Whole 30 Approved & Vegan,…
  • 4 out of 5

    This palm oil is not red like it seems from the photo – it’s yellow / light orange. I read on an African site that the yellow is not as good as the true red. Not sure if that’s right though.
    I’ve never had red palm oil before and I bought this as an experiment after learning that it’s relatively healthy (thinking it was all cheap and in snack food). I tasted some plain to start off. The taste was OK at first (very buttery), but it had a plasticy / stale after taste. Maybe that’s just how palm oil tastes. IDK because I’ve never had it before. Then again, I hate the taste of olive oil and think it tastes plasticy too and never understood why people use it, so it could be just me.
    Anyway, it wasn’t that bad, so I made cookies with it anyway. I used 50% butter and 50% palm oil (I normally use 100% butter). The cookie dough was greasier than normal and the chips got a oil coating on them and they almost fully separated from the dough. It wasn’t a problem though after mixing a lot. The dough also didn’t stick to the utensils much like it usually does. And it was a thinner consistency.
    The cookies cooked at the same rate and came out looking the same. However, they did stick to the tray more – strange cause it was the opposite earlier.

    The taste test: The cookies were still great, but I did notice a subtle difference. Not necessarily plasticy. They just didn’t taste quite as “fresh”. Don’t get me wrong, they were still good. The aftertaste was like as if I had eaten a store bought cookie even though the main taste while eating it was fresh. It made me smile cause now I think I can pick out the subtle palm taste and sense it in a pre-made cookie.

    Overall, the cookies were still like 90% as good as normal, but would I buy this again? I don’t think so. Maybe I’ll get used to it and start to like it IDK. I’m definitely going to finish the container though. It’s not worth throwing away.

  • 5 out of 5

    Recommended by vet for my cockatiel. Promotes healthy skin, feathers and normal organ function. I wish I had known about it when I had my other bird., especially when she was moulting! The jars are glass and were packaged with utmost care!!

    I plan to try this oil for cooking, it is quality oil.

  • 5 out of 5

    Red palm oil is not well know in the U.S. but worth knowing. It’s rich in vitamin A. I like to add a tablespoon to all of my “red” sauces i.e., Mexican or Italian. One more healthy fat to add to your diet. Hard to find off the shelf for about a year now. It seems Amazon has had a steady supply.

  • 5 out of 5

    Awesome product, in glass and will buy again

  • 5 out of 5

    My eggs are cooked with a couple of teaspoons of this every morning. I look forward to getting my breakfast every morning with this added they taste so savory. I love this stuff.

  • 5 out of 5

    Very good quality!! Great price for the amount too. I have made a whole tub of butter and still haven’t even gotten into the 2nd tub!! TASTY!

  • 5 out of 5

    This is one of the few healthy unrefined oils that I cook with and it seems like a really good quality.

  • 5 out of 5

    I try to be health conscious, and am impressed by this great, unrefined saturated oil- its a completely different story compared to refined palm oil- which is not healthy for you. The orange color is from all the vitamin A and it has a good deal of vitamin E, too. But its the taste- the fabulous taste of this red palm oil that makes it such a must have in the pantry. I use it all the time. And when we have guests and I make
    omelets or scrambled eggs for them, they rave about it. Its great to saute any meat- adds both tremendous
    flavour as well as a beautiful caramelized color. It tastes so good, that sometimes I just spread it on a cracker. The price is great, too. If I could, I’d give it ten stars. I buy 2 jars every 6 weeks, and I always use it up.

  • 5 out of 5

    I bought this on a whim as I saw it in a recipe although I had never heard of it before. So far I have only used it in tomato based sauce with olives and capers for my fish but what a difference – give a whole new depth of flavor. I cannot wait to try it in other recipes.

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