What are oleins

On this page you will find a brief explanation of what vegetable olein is, also known as acid oil, and its relationship with oils. The main use of olein is for animal feed, but it is also commonly used to make toilet soap and other products in the chemical industry.

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Our oils and oleins are natural products and completely vegetables. The oleins are a fraction of the Edible oils, especially olive, soybean and sunflower, with high nutritional value and great acceptance in the animal feed market.




The oleins They are dark-looking products, with a consistency and viscosity similar to oil, almost always liquid at room temperature and with a strong and attractive odor for animals. Much of the essences and pigments of the plants from which they come are in the olein, and a higher percentage of natural antioxidants than the oil (tocopherols and vitamins).

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The oils and oleins They also contribute to the feed emulsifier and binder, managing to drastically reduce the dust in the final mixture of the feed and giving flexibility to pellet. The advantages for the feed manufacturer are evident, as well as in the quality of the final product.




The use of oleins in animal feeding It has been a standard for 50 years, being the large livestock and feed companies the first to adopt it as an alternative to vegetable oils, to lower their final costs, nevertheless increasing the quality of the final product, since they provide all the characteristics of the original oil and additional benefits in nutrition.

We have lipids with the composition of fatty acids suitable for each specific application, as well as prepared in liquid or solid form according to customer requirements.

You can get more information about the vegetable oleins for animal feed on our page
information related to animal nutrition.