cold-pressed

cold-pressed

adj
(Cookery) (of an unrefined oil such as olive oil) produced by pressing the parent seed, nut, or grain at the lowest possible temperature without any further pressing
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CLEARSPRING UNVEILS POWDERED PROTEINS ORGANIC raw plant protein powders are made from 100% cold-pressed seeds and are an easy way to increase your daily protein intake.
Raw Juce is a company that makes organic, raw, pesticide free, GMO free, cold-pressed juices.
Afterwards, the vinegar is strained and the other ingredients are cold-pressed to extract the remaining apple cider vinegar and nutrients.
Gluten-free, cold-pressed fruit bars that look like they come from some artisan health brand, but are actually Co-op's own.
Herrings in cold-pressed linseed oil Makes 1 litre This Polish classic offers a double whammy of omega 3 thanks to the fish and oil.
The healthiest oils are cold-pressed, and this holiday season marks the benefits of cranberries, and something different, cranberry seed oil.
Beautiful and modern restaurant serves cold-pressed juices, smoothies, foods, and positive energy made fresh daily with fresh ingredients and unique Nutritionally designed formulas.
based company say that the line consists of five varieties of organic, cold-pressed juices.
Plenish: Fuel Your Ambition details plant-based juices and meals and comes from the UK organic, cold-pressed juice brand Plenish, which advocates cleansing programs using these ingredients.
New entrants into the cold-pressed juice category are helping to educate consumers on the value of higher-quality, more nutrient-dense products.
Hain Celestial, Lake Success, NY, has added a new line of certified-organic kombucha drinks to its BluePrint brand of cold-pressed juices and juice drinks.
The new supplier has involvement with Brooklyn-based companies Dough and Choice and the menu now offers breakfast options, panini sandwiches, quiches, pastries, a variety of coffee drinks and cold-pressed juices.