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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Co-developed andsold exclusively in Whole Foods Markets nationwide starting today, consumers can experience this new line of non-GMO organic smoothies from the leader in cold-pressed High Pressure Processing (HPP) beverages.
With more new equipment coming online in the next quarter, we will be able to produce more cold-pressed bottles per day than any other facility in North America.
Cold-pressed mandarin orange peel oil in the shampoo cleanses the hair and scalp naturally as copolymer Polyquaternium-7 adds softness and shine to dry tresses.
Each Red Jacket Orchard cold-pressed juice packs major flavor and tastes exactly like the fruit it came from.
The cold-pressed process does not use heat or chemical additives to extract the oil from the avocados, so this allows for preservation of the flavors, aromas, and nutritional characteristics of the oil.
Tangerine Hot Power Yoga will use this space for a high-end studio, with a Liqueteria featuring raw and cold-pressed juices.
PETER DONOGHUE is the managing director of Nourish Natural Food, producer and supplier of additivefree cold-pressed juices and smoothies.
Offers only organic, cold-pressed, vegetable & fruit-based juices.
Washington, March 16 ( ANI ): Researchers found that hemp flour, a by-product of cold-pressed hemp oil, in combination with decaffeinated green tea leaves could be used to develop a gluten-free snack cracker with functional properties.
They are cold-pressed to exacting European standards by the artisan Stager family on their small farm in Austria.
Our physical store will be using the cold-pressed method which is a unique method of juicing.
When XPRESS visited Crescendo, his oil cavern at Souq Madinat, the heady aroma of a wide range of cold-pressed oils beckoned.