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A light coating of grapeseed oil offers a lighter way to fry or sauté. It adds a delicate crispness to foods and is suitable for cooking at high temperatures.

Food that is suitable for a vegetarian diet, containing no meat products, fish or seafood. Vegetarian food may contain dairy products, eggs or honey.
People who follow a vegan diet do not consume any animal products, including milk, eggs and honey. Foods categorized as vegan do not contain any of these products.
People with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity are unable to digest gluten, or proteins found in certain cereal grains such as wheat, barley and rye. It is important that they eat only foods that do not contain gluten.
Food that is produced in line with Islamic law as set out in the Koran, particularly in relation to animal slaughter.
Foods that adhere to Jewish dietary rules, including the ingredients used to prepare finished products.
Food that does not contain genetically modified organisms that have been engineered in a laboratory.
Some oils have a high smoke point, which means they can be used for cooking at high temperatures, for example in frying, sautéing and roasting.

Perfect with meats and poultry, grapeseed oil is also widely used in European fish and seafood restaurants for its excellent frying properties and neutral flavor.

Key Facts

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Halal
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • Temperature (High)
  • Cold-pressed
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  • Frying
  • Sautéing
  • Spray over meats and poultry

Serving Size 1Tbsp (15ml) 

Servings Per Container (about) 13

% Daily Values *
Total Fat14g
Saturated Fat2g
Polyunsaturated Fat10g
Monounsaturated Fat3g
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