100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Delicious taste and imaginative peanut undertones. For these and other qualities, this peanut oil will simply win you over. While it adds just the right touch to salad dips, homemade dressings and mayonnaises. Asian specialties, it will bring them to perfection. Moreover, it is stable and can be used even in a hot kitchen.
The Inca Treasure
Groundnut, an inconspicuous legume cultivated by one of the earliest civilizations, the South American Incas. Its fruit, the peanut, was not only a nutritious snack for them, but also a pure gift of nature that they offered to the sun deity through their rituals. 
The secrets of Asian cuisine
The distinctive taste of peanut oil has been one of the basic flavours of Asian cuisine for thousands of years.** If you like to prepare Asian specialities at home and feel that they are still missing something. Most likely it will be peanut oil. [1, 2]
Pressed gently, cold-pressed
Peanut oil is extracted from the kernels of peanuts in the most gentle way, by cold pressing. The maximum amount of vitamins, minerals and other beneficial substances is preserved in this way.
Composition and properties
Unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E
The composition of peanut oil is mainly composed of mono and polyunsaturated fatty acids and in their unique ratio. Also present is the fat-soluble vitamin E, which, among other things, prevents excessive oxidation. 
Stable oil even for hot cuisine
As one of the few vegetable oils, peanut oil has a relatively good heat stability.** It can therefore be used even in warm cuisine.
People with allergies beware
If you suffer from hypersensitivity or allergy to peanuts and peanut products,** then avoid peanut oil altogether.**
In dips, dressings, mayonnaises and Asian specialties
Cold-pressed peanut oil is typical for its delicious taste with imaginative peanut undertones. While it adds the right touch to salad dips, homemade dressings and mayonnaises. Asian specialities, it will bring them to perfection. Plus, it's stable and you can use it in a hot kitchen.
LAND OF ORIGIN
 O.Hammons, R.; Herman, D. Chapter 1 – Origin and Early History of the Peanut. Peanuts 2016, 1–26.
 Ondulla, T. T. Nutritional chemistry of the peanut (Arachis hypogaea). Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 2018, 58 (17).
 Arya, S.; Salve, R.; Salve, A.; et al. Peanuts as functional food: a review. J. Food Sci. Technol 2016, 53 (1), 31–41.