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Avocado Oil in South Africa

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil is a healthy, versatile alternative that is cholesterol free, rich in Omega 3, 6 and 9 and loaded with mono-unsaturated fatty acids (the good fats!). With a high smoke point, Avocado Oil can be substituted as an everyday cooking oil that can be used from frying eggs, to roasting & sautéing and even in baking. Click here to find Avocado Oil brands
Baking mixes in South Africa

Baking mixes

Baking Powder in South Africa

Baking Powder

Condensed Milk in South Africa

Condensed Milk

Herbs & Spices in South Africa

Herbs & Spices

Based on retail sales data, consumption of herbs and spices in South Africa has increased in line with global trends and this is expected to continue. The market local market for preserved culinary herbs is projected to grow at 14% per annum. Information from major supermarket sales suggest that total retail sales of preserved herbs and spices were valued at R53 million. Exports of South African product is significantly more than that and is expected to grow as new markets are acquired by South African Producers. Click here to find Herbs & Spices brands
Jellies and Curds in South Africa

Jellies and Curds

Mayonnaise in South Africa


Olive Oil in South Africa

Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a natural, unrefined olive oil with a free acidity of below 0.8%, no defects and a fruity characteristic. Virgin Olive Oil is also a natural unrefined olive oil but with a free acidity between 0,8% and 2% and with minimal defects. Olive oils which are flawed and unfit for consumption need to undergo a refining process during which they are deodorised and bleached. The result is a tasteless, almost colourless product called Refined Olive Oil. In turn, Olive Pomace Oil is a solvent extracted from the solid press cake residue. It cannot be classified as or called Olive Oil, specifically not as Pomace Olive Oil which one often sees on labels.  Click here to find Olive Oil brands
Olives in South Africa


Pickles in South Africa


Pickling, also known as brining or corning is the process of preserving food by anaerobic fermentation in brine (a solution of salt in water) to produce lactic acid, or marinating and storing it in an acid solution, usually vinegar (acetic acid). The resulting food is called a pickle. This procedure gives the food a salty or sour taste. In South Asia, edible oils are used as the pickling medium with vinegar. Click here to find Pickles brands
Sauces in South Africa


Sesame Seed Oil in South Africa

Sesame Seed Oil

Sesame oil, or gingelly, is not just a tasty, useful food product. Derived from the sesame seed, sesame oil is perhaps best known as a common ingredient in Asian and East Indian cooking. Sesame oil has also been used for thousands of years as a popular alternative medical treatment in Ayurvedic and Oriental medicine. The oil is obtained from both raw seeds (called cold-pressed sesame oil) and toasted seeds, and is valued for its long shelf life and high heat tolerance. In addition to its medicinal and food uses, sesame oil is also used in the manufacture of soap, paint and perfume. Click here to find Sesame Seed Oil brands
Vinegar in South Africa