Our MCT oil is 100% palm free and derived from sustainably and ethically sourced coconut oil. The oil is fractionated and triple distilled, making it a pure and neutral-tasting product that can be used in a variety of (keto) end products.
PalmFreeMCT™ oil is officially V-label certified.
Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) are used to dilute various oils, soluble vitamins and health components and are also a natural Ketone booster. Find out more about the use of PalmFreeMCT™ oil as a Private Label Keto product on our Ketogenic Ingredient website.
Our MCT oils come in three formats of Caprylic acid (C8) and Capric acid (C10) with different ratios:
- C8C10 60/40
- Pure C8
Our bulk offers start as small as 200kg and is offered in jerry cans, drums and IBC’s.
MCTs production & application
Our MCT oils are made from coconut oil fatty acids. The caprylic (C8) and capric (C10) fatty acids are found in coconut oil is small quantities of around 8-12%. The majority of fatty acids in coconut is Lauric acid (C12), a product often used in cosmetics and soaps for its antimicrobial properties. In our solvent free production process, enzymes are used to split off the fatty acids which are then fractionated. This is done through distillation and selection takes place on the boiling point of the fatty acids. Once collected, these fatty acids are brought to Europe, where they are re-attached to a glycerol to become an oil again.
The resulting oil is remarkably clear, like water almost, and has no flavor or taste. Perfect to dilute vitamins in droppers, in soft gels or for instance to formulate your new CBD oil product in which it adds stability as the fatty acids cannot oxidise.
Characteristics of our PalmFreeMCT™
100% palm oil free, vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free
Two different ratios of Caprylic (C8) and Capric (C10) fatty acids available
Does not contain any long chain fatty acids such as lauric acid (C12)
Vegan, Keto & Paleo friendly
Neutral in smell, taste and color
Made in Europe under strict guidelines
The Palm Free trend
For most consumers it is clear. If they have a choice between Palm and Palm Free, they will choose the latter. Unfortunately, the industry often remains unclear about the source of their MCT oil in the final product.
We do see changes on the way and companies that lead by example, on their way to more sustainable (end)products, spot on with the trend. Or perhaps we should say movement, as we believe this is not going to go away. Consumers have become the driving force behind the change towards sustainability, which is precisely where we want to go.
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