|Refined Pine Nut Oil
pine nut oil capsules August 2011
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The tree species Pinus koraiensis is commonly called Korean Pine. It is native to eastern
Asia, Korea, Manchuria, far eastern Russia, and central Japan.
Lipid Nutrition B.V.
Lipid Nutrition B.V. Hogeweg 1, 1521 AZ Wormerveer, The Netherlands
Refined Pine Nut Oil
Lipid Nutrition’s Refined Pine Nut Oil is an edible oil obtained from Korean pine (Pinus
koraiensis) consisting of a mixture of triglycerides of which the major fatty acid
components are oleic (min. 22%), linoleic (min. 44%) and pinolenic acids (min. 14%).
Refined Pine Nut Oil is a pale yellow clear liquid at ambient temperature.
Manufacturing of Refined Pine Nut Oil
Refined Pine Nut Oil is obtained from crude cold-pressed pine nut oil. The pine nuts are
slightly toasted and crushed and are then pressed mechanically by a stone mill without the
application of heat in order to obtain a cold pressed oil. The crude pine nut oil is then used
directly in the manufacture of Refined Pine Nut Oil. The crude oil is heated and the free
fatty acids are removed by adding caustic soda. After precipitation of the free fatty acids
the pine nut oil is neutralized by a citric acid solution.
Application of Oil from the seeds of the Korean pine
Replacement for other oils at a level of 3 grams per serving in baked goods and baking
mixes, beverages and beverage bases, breakfast cereals, dairy product analogs, fats
and oils, grain products and pasta, milk and milk products, nuts and nut products,
processed fruit and fruit juices, processed vegetables and vegetable juices, snack foods,
soft candy, and soups and soup mixes; does not include any meat or meat-containing
Lipid Nutrition intends to market Refined Pine Nut Oil as a food ingredient in the United
States. Refined Pine Nut Oil is intended for use in a variety of food products, including
baked goods and baking mixes, beverages and beverage bases, breakfast cereals, dairy
product analogs, fats and oils, grain products and pasta, milk and milk products, nuts and
nut products, processed fruit and fruit juices, processed vegetables and vegetable juices,
snack foods, soft candy, and soups and soup mixes, at a level of 3.0 g / serving.(GRN 332)
pine nut oil supplements
pine nut oil capsules, GNC, Vitamin World
SOURCE: FDA website 2010