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
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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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Karyatis is committed to producing its olives, extra virgin olive oil and roasted red peppers in the most natural and authentic way possible: Karyatis olives are hand-picked, cured traditionally then marinated in extra virgin olive oil; Karyatis Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced from the first cold pressing of olives grown in the Kalamata region of Greece; and the large sweet Florina peppers are flame roasted.
Oleifera consists only of rapeseed oil and is made as simply as possible by cold pressing the seed.
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL It's the highest-quality olive oil and is extracted from olives through a process called cold pressing, where the oil is removed using only pressure.