Coconut Oil - Coconut Oil is one of the most common raw material used in the soap and toiletry industry. It comes from the seeds of Cocos Nucifera and is primarily cultivated from Southeast Asia and the Philippines. Our coconut oil has a melt point of 76 degrees. Our 7 pound size of Coconut Oil comes in a microwavable & boilable bag for ease of use and the 35 pound size comes in a 5 gallon bucket. It is a food grade bag that can be used for liquids after it is empty.
Note: Yes! These bags are boilable! Please make sure that you use our Double Boiler Maker so the plastic doesn't melt on direct contact with the metal of the hot pan.
Please Note: 400 pound size comes in a metal drum and must be shipped via freight. We will contact you with shipping options after your order is placed. If you order other items, we will ship those products separately.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) OilCommon Name: Coconut Oil
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Rita! I can assure you the Coconut Oil you received was not rancid. First of all, Coconut Oil is white in its solid state, but does melt to a yellow liquid, similar to Canola Oil. Also, because Coconut Oil has such a low melt point it can much longer to harden back up after it's been melted even if your house is cooler than 76 degrees. Lastly, we do not recommend ingesting any of our products. While some of them are technically food grade (oils, salts, butters, etc) they are stored in a warehouse that is not considered "food-safe" by the FDA. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
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