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Latest Articles in edible oil

Diesel Doped With Biodiesel Made From Used Cooking Oil Rolled Out

Bio-diesel that can be produced from vegetable oil, animal fat, tallow and waste cooking oil, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) Chairman S M Vaidya said at a function to launch diesel doped with used cooking oil (UCO).

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India's Palm Oil Imports May Rise To Meet Rising Demand As Stocks Deplete

India imports palm oil mainly from Indonesia and Malaysia, and other oils such as soy and sunflower oil from Argentina, Brazil, Ukraine and Russia.

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FSSAI launches drive against adulteration in edible oil

FSSAI launches drive against adulteration in edible oil

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India Set For Record Edible Oil Imports As Scanty Rains Trim Output: Analyst

"Rainfall was scanty over oilseed-growing areas. It will reduce yields of groundnut, soybeans and cotton," said Govindbhai Patel, managing director of trading firm G.G. Patel & Nikhil Research Company.

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What Oils To Use & Why

Always remember the smoke point of an oil ... If you use an oil above its smoke point, it becomes cancerous

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Edible, Non-edibles Maintain Steady In Mute Trade

In the edible segment, groundnut oil and refined palmolein closed unchanged at Rs 910 per 10 kg and Rs 598 per 10 kg

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Genetically Modified Seeds Can Make India Self-Dependent In Edible Oil

India is largely dependent on the edible oil imports where canola and soybean are mostly GM in nature, then why should we spare domestic farmers from practising sowing of GM seeds

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Indian Refiners Switch To Soyoil As Palm Prices Rally

Edible oils are a common ingredient in Indian cuisine, used in everything from curries to samosas, with soyoil seen as more healthy than palm

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Mustard Output Seen Rising For The First Time In 3-year

Early projections by the six biggest producing states, which account for more than 80 per cent of the oilseed's output, indicate a gain of about 15 per cent in output.

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