What is Palm Oil? Africans Foods
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- Red palm oil is a tropical oil that comes from the pulp of palm fruit
- Contains a variety of carotenoids and antioxidants
- Origin: West Africa
- Unlike its refined palm oil relatives, red palm oil is typically cold-pressed and unrefined.
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Grown only in the tropics, the oil palm tree produces high-quality oil used primarily for cooking in developing countries.
It is also used in food products, detergents, cosmetics and, to a small extent, biofuel.
Palm oil is a small ingredient in the diet, but more than half of all packaged products consume contain palm oil it’s found in lipstick, soaps, detergents and even ice cream.
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Production has grown to meet rising demands for vegetable oils
Production has increased rapidly over the past 50 years. In 1970, the world was producing only 2 million tonnes.
This is now 35 times higher: in 2018 the world produced 71 million tonnes.
The rise follows the rapid increase in demand for vegetable oils more broadly.
The breakdown of global vegetable oil production by crop is shown in the stacked area chart.
Global production increased ten-fold since the 1960s – from 17 to 170 million tonnes in 2014.
As we will see later in this article, more recent data for 2018 comes to 218 million tonnes.
The story is less about it as an isolated commodity, but more about the story of the rising demand for vegetable oils.
It is a very productive crop; as we will see later, it produces 36% of the world’s oil, but uses less than 9% of croplands devoted to oil production.
It has therefore been a natural choice to meet this demand.
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