FDA Registered Crude Coconut Oil, All Natural cGMP Proven Quality
CRUDE COCONUT OIL
GENERAL INFORMATION Coconut Oil Wholesale - Crude / Coconut Oil - Edible No.76 / Coconut Oil - Hydrogenated No.101
WHC - Coconut oil supplier in business since 1838
Welch Holme Clark Inc is a well established supplier of vegetable oils, such as the coconut oil. We have
very competitive prices, quick delivery and proven quality. Please contact us for more info or to buy.
Deliveries are made by common carrier, or by air or sea, if required. Deliveries at scheduled intervals can be arranged.
Please see below some general information about the coconut oil.
Coconut oil is made by pressing the coconut meat ("copra"). Used in frying and as an ingredient in many
packaged goods. Because this oil is high in saturated fats, many food makers are replacing it with more costly unsaturated oils.
Coconut oil is rich in short and medium chain fatty acids. Lauric acid, the major fatty acid from the fat of the
coconut, has long been recognized for the unique properties that it lends to non-food uses in the cosmetic
and soap industry. It is extensively used in soap making for it's lather and moisturizing properties and in
lotions and creams. Coconut oil is often described by it's melting point. 76 degree coconut oil will begin to
solidify between 72 and 78 degrees. Soap makers generally have a preference based on their formulas and
individual methods of producing soap. More recently, lauric acid has been recognized for its unique properties in foods which are related to its antibacterial, antiviral and antiprotozoal functions.
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Specific gravity @ 25°C
6 - 11
Free fatty acids
AOCS Ca 5a-40
Moisture & Volatiles
AOCS Td la-64
Manila yellow, solid to semi-solid, lard-like fat
TYPICAL FATTY ACID COMPOSITION (%)
5 - 9
8 - 11
4 - 10
1 - 4
44 - 52
5 - 8
13 - 21
0 - 2.5
Because of natural variations in oilseed crops, chemical and physical constants cannot be guaranteed at all times.