rancidity

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ran·cid·i·ty

(ran-sid'i-tē),
The state of being rancid.

rancidity

[ransid′itē]
the unpleasant taste and smell of fatty foods that have undergone decomposition, liberating butyric acid and other volatile lipids.

rancidity

(răn-sĭd′ĭ-tē)
The condition of being rancid.

rancidity

the state of being rancid.
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To prevent your oils from rancidification, consider buying small, dark bottles of oil that you will be able to use more quickly, and store them away from light, humidity, and heat.
It is imperative, though, that such industrial products must be hygienically safe, that they must be stored and packed under inert gas so as to avoid rancidification and that they must contain no toxic additives such as ethoxyquin or other mutagenic antioxidants.
Rancidification is related to the amount of unsaturated fat in products.