Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Image left is of hemp seed oil grown and produced in the UK. Years ago there was only salad and frying oil, which were bound to be safflower, rape, maize or the occasional cottonseed. Then along came olive oil, which took years to catch on, but is now on every shelf in many varieties. Flax, sunflower, avocado, walnut, sesame, and even the exotic black seed and pumpkin seed oils then made their way in to our shops. Only in the last 10 years has hemp seed oil become known, but it really is, nutritionally, the king of oils. But it is here to stay, and the Good Oil people have 1,200 acres under contract to produce it for them. Check out more information at their website, www.goodwebsite.co.uk

1 comment:

Mark Ski said...

Some companies use chemical defoliants and this issue is ignored, especially by Whole Foods which is a fraud.