Cotton Seed Oil


We also pioneer in manufacturer of Cotton seed Oil from cotton seeds using expellers to extract oil from the seeds. All cotton which is grown in Saurashtra region is used to produce cotton fiber, animal feed, and oil.


Cotton seeds come from Gossypium arboreum L. or the cotton plant and are processed to extract oil, representing about 5-6 percent of the total domestic fat and oil supply.

Cotton seed are similar in structure to other oilseeds, having an oil-bearing kernel covered by a hard outer hull; in procedure, the oil is extracted from the kernel. In urban areas, used raw as a salad oil, in mayonnaise, dressings, sauces and marinades, frying and is an ingredient in shortenings, margarines, baked goods and icings.

Physical properties

Mild taste
Light golden color
High smoke point
450 °F (232 °C)
High in Tocopherols

0.917 g/cc TO 0.933 g/cc

Nutritional Composition
Fat 13.3
Polyunsaturated fat 7.0
Monounsaturated fat 2.4
Saturated fat 3.5
Vitamin E 4.8
Vitamin K 3.4
Micronutrients: Phytosterols 44.0
Health Benefits of Cotton seed Oil

Vitamin E (Alpha-tocopherol) plays a role in conserving other vitamins (such as vitamins A and C) in the body and shielding tissues against oxidation, which might lead to inflammation and disease such as cancers. According to National Institutes of Health and the Linus Pauling Institute recommended daily intake allowance 15 gm per day


Vitamin K (Phylloquinone) is important for protein formation and blood clotting. It aids in maintaining healthy bone and cell growth in tissues. Recommended daily intake is 120 micrograms for adult males and 90 for adult females, as determined by the FNB of the Institute of Medicine. .


Phytosterol are plant sterols, found to lower blood serum cholesterol. Recommended intake as part of general nutrition is just 2 grams

Cottonseed Oil as food ingredient
  • Traditionally, has been used in frying potato chips and is a primary ingredient in Crisco, the shortening product, popular in the United States, introduced in June 1911 by Procter & Gamble.
  • It is significantly less expensive than olive oil or canola oil; it has started to sneak into wide range of processed foods, including cereals, breads and snack foods.
  • Cottonseed oil withstands rancidity, thus longer shelf life for food products in which it is an ingredient.
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