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We provide high-quality Tanzania groundnut oil to the local and export markets. We source the raw materials for processing Tanzania groundnut oil from family growers in the country.
Tanzania groundnut oil or peanut oil is the product of popular underground pulses whose roasted seeds or njugu in Swahili are usually on sale in street corners all over East Africa. The cold-pressed oil from the kernels of the seeds has a mild, neutral taste. The edible oil not only prepares meals but flavors margarine and packed foods. It is highly nutritious because of a lipid constitution in its fat which has no cholesterol. Peanut production in Tanzania peaked at 0.81 million tons in 2012. The crop, therefore, ranks next to cashew nuts as one of the most cultivated oilseeds in the country.
The health benefits of groundnut oil cannot be overstated. It has the vital vitamin E which hampers tumor development. Its antioxidants also keep out free radicals and thus prevent degenerative diseases. One can also reap the benefits by applying it to the skin to garner a healthy sheen. Oral intake of the product promotes heart health.
We source the raw materials for processing Tanzania groundnut oil from Shinyanga, Dodoma, Tabora, Mwanza, and Singida. We obtain the supplies from family growers who own less than two acres of land. They forgo the use of harmful chemicals on their crops but dedicate themselves to the application of organic manure.
We harvest the groundnuts from Tanzania through our own crew three months after planting the seeds. Our team spades out the ground soil around the wilted plant to remove the earth-colored pods. They then shake off the soil from the plant and get it ready for drying for the next one week. After the moisture level goes down to 10%, we get ready to thrash the seeds from the pods.
We process Tanzania groundnut oil after the preliminary washing of the seeds to remove all dirt. We also cull the stalks and foliage. We ensure that there are no impurities before we start the oil-extraction phase. This begins by crushing the seeds into small particles. We then subject them to reasonable heat levels to lower their moisture content and thus give the oil content a fighting chance.
We then pour the crushed paste onto the press, whose screws rotate while squeezing the particles with every turn. In combination with the mild heat levels they have, the cold press screws gradually release the oil content. At the end of the process, all the oil will have oozed into a waiting beaker.
We take the collected semisolid Tanzania groundnut oil via a sieving pipette to the filtration system. The liquid part collects into a beaker while the lees remain behind. Since we do not refine the content further, it remains 100 percent crude product with no additives.
We then pack Tanzania groundnut oil in PET bottles, aromatherapy glass jars, plastic bottles or tin containers, all of which are tinted brown. There are also nylon pouches that maintain the freshness of the product for the long-term. Our net measures include PET bottles of 5 liters. We have tin containers for wholesale weighing 15 liters at a go. Our custom cartons with nylon pouches inside weigh 15 liters, too. We place factual labels of the name of the by-product, the packing date, the net weight and the ingredients (100 percent natural).
We store Tanzania groundnut oil inside our warehouse storage at a temperature maximum of 5 degrees Celsius. During the temporary storage time, we keep it in airtight bottles to give it a longer shelf life.
We transport the precious cargo to the airport in either Arusha or Dar-es-Salaam on the same day of packing. You can expect the consignment to make it to your destination in the next day or two depending on your position around the globe.
Whichever the packaging method, Tanzania groundnut oil is available at one click when you order it on our online page. We guarantee a quality product that we process under phytosanitary conditions. Besides, our raw seeds come straight from Global Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)-certified family growers. We maintain your quantity by advising our farmers to grow surplus. Regarding pricing, we keep the rates down to suit your budget. Make an order today!