Pride Sunflower Oil 5Ltr


Pride sunflower oil is naturally obtained by pressing the sunflower seeds. Sunflower oil is widely used for various cooking methods because of its many benefits to human health. Pride never compromises on the quality of its products as it is an interrogation of human health.

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Storage: Store in a cool dry place and keep it away from children



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Brand: Pride

Ingredients: Obtained from pure seeds of a sunflower.

Pack size: 5 liters

Storage: Keep oil in a cool and dry place, away from fire.


This sunflower oil is widely used:

• For Cooking and deep frying of vegetables, fish or meat.

• For pan-frying of eggs.

• For Baking and salad dressing.

Health Benefits:

• It lowers cholesterol levels.

• Provides great energy.

• Maintain heart health.

• Improves digestion process.

• Give strength to the immune system.

Caution: the consumption of sunflower oil by people sensitive to the Compositae plant family and Asteraceae plant family can cause allergic reactions.

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