cold pressing


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A process in which vegetable oils are extracted without heat or chemicals. Cold pressing is believed to preserve nutrient value

cold press·ing

(kōld pres'ing)
A method used to process oils from food without heat, so as to preserve the nutrients.
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1 COLD PRESSING TO CONTINUE TO DOMINATE LARGE SHARE OF THE AMARANTH SEED OIL MARKET
2 SFE technology expected to overtake cold pressing in Russia
2 COLD PRESSING TO BE THE MOST USED TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCING AMARANTH SEED OIL IN ASIA-PACIFIC
2 Cold pressing is the largest segment in the Rest of Asia-Pacific market
TABLE 14 Amaranth Seed Oil By Cold Pressing Market Size, By Region, 2012C 2019 (Tons) 98
TABLE 15 Amaranth Seed Oil By Cold Pressing Market Size, By Region, 2012C 2019 ($Million) 99
Extra Virgin -- Any olive oil with less than one percent acidity, produced from the first cold pressing of the olive fruit can be called "extra virgin.