Regenerative Sunflower Oil
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16.9 oz / $0.65 per oz
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There are a lot of great things about this sunflower oil, the main being that it's expeller-pressed from GMO-free, organic sunflower seeds and represents La Tourangelle's commitment to supporting regenerative agriculture. It's grown in Meridian, California from a single crop of sunflowers using regenerative farming techniques known to help reverse the effects of climate change by rebuilding soil health and its ecosystem.
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Renewable Energy
Good news! Rinse the canister and recycle it in a curbside bin. The plastic cap is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Keeping the artisan tradition alive
La Tourangelle's products are crafted locally in California and France using traditional practices and artisan know-how—from sourcing the best ingredients to their small-batch production. Their 150-year-old oil mill helps keep the time-honored traditional production methods alive that honor their artisanal beginning in the Loire Valley of France and retain all the flavors, nutrients, and benefits their ingredients offer. This results in oils that are not only authentic and delicious but also sustainably sourced and made.
La Tourangelle is committed to sourcing from organic, regenerative, and family farmers whenever possible. Each batch is carefully evaluated for Omega 3, MCT’s, fatty acid content and vitamins, and their oils are free of chemicals, gluten, sodium, and GMOs.Learn More
low carbon footprint
La Tourangelle prioritizes reducing their environmental impact—from the moment they receive raw goods to the time their products ship out of their Woodland, California artisan nut mill and production facility. They also seek to reduce production waste by recycling pressed nut cakes through a cattle feed program, using recyclable packing materials, and reducing plastic wherever possible. Additionally, they use a solar farm to supply all their energy needs.Learn More
La Tourangelle uses light, easy-to-ship, and 100% recyclable and BPA-free tin cans to protect their oils from sunlight damage.Learn More
supporting key causes
The La Tourangelle Foundation supports Yolo Farm to Fork, a non-profit organization that improves young people’s health through edible gardens. Their goal is to find and subsidize more local organizations that work towards educating young people on the importance of healthy eating habits.Learn More
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About the Brand
There used to be small artisan oil mills along the Loire river that roasted and extracted oil from nuts gathered by local farmers. La Tourangelle is now one of just a handful of remaining mills keeping this tradition alive. In the early 1990s, ownership passed to the Kohlmeyer family, and the company entered a renaissance phase that saw its business expand internationally. In 2002, the second-eldest son, Mattieu, moved to California's Bay Area and recreated his family's French artisan oil mill—replicating century-old traditions with custom-made equipment and training the American staff by an oil-roasting artisan from France. Today, La Tourangelle remains a thriving family-owned business whose artisan oil production is the fruit of passion, integrity, and pride that has been keeping their heritage alive in Saumur, France and—since 2002—Woodland, California.Shop Brand
How to use
Use for any and all high-heat cooking. It also makes a great butter substitute or light salad dressing.