Thanks to its experience and know-how in oil extraction, OLEXA© has accumulated over time a considerable amount of information on many oilseeds: their history, their characteristics, their extraction, their uses, etc... All these studies and data have been gathered in our "seed library", which we are now opening its doors to you...
Other applications : black fly larvae
Black Soldier Fly Larvae such as Hermetia Illucens are becoming increasingly interesting in the research for protein-enriched fat and meal.
the cocoa bean
The cocoa bean is the seed of the cocoa tree, well known for its use in chocolate making. A small seed exceptional for its unique flavor, powerful but refined, and for its effects on our body and our well-being, it is an outstanding food!
The common walnut is an oleaginous nut with a high energy content, which is characterized by its richness in polyunsaturated fatty acids, including the highest contribution of omega-3. Rich in tocopherol and phenolic compounds, it is the most antioxidant of the oil seeds.
the grated coconut
From the Latin name " Cocos Nucifera ", also called Coprah, Klapper, Narel or Tanynga, its uses, once extracted in oils and cakes, are as interesting for food as for soap and cosmetics.
Cotton is a plant fiber that surrounds the seeds of "true" cotton plants (Gossypium sp.). This fiber, which consists of almost pure cellulose, is usually processed into yarn that is woven into fabrics. Cotton is the most produced natural fiber in the world.
Rich in proteins and lipids, with an interesting fatty acid profile, this seed is also rich in B vitamins and isoflavones, and offers obvious nutritional advantages.