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Non-GMO Canola Meal
Canola Meal that Is Non-GMO Project Verified
The Non-GMO Project, a non-profit organization, offers North America’s only third party verification and labeling for non-GMO (genetically modified organism) food and animal feed products. Non-GMO Expeller-Pressed Canola Meal from Pacific Coast Canola is Non-GMO Project Verified.
Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil Is Naturally Produced
Expeller-pressed canola oil is produced by mechanically squeezing (pressing) the oil from the canola seed using a unique double expeller-press process. The canola cake of canola meal is produced from the extraction of the canola oil. Learn more about the Expeller Press Process.
Dual Protein and Energy Feed Ingredient
Pacific Coast Canola canola meal is produced by a mechanical expeller-pressing process. Unlike conventional pre-press, solvent extraction processing of canola meal, hexane solvent is not used to extract the oil in the expeller-pressed process. The resulting meal is solvent free and contains higher levels of oil compared to conventional solvent extracted canola meal. Even with higher oil content, the protein content in our expeller-pressed canola meal is not diluted, it has the same amount of protein as conventional canola meal.
Key Nutritional Features
Pacific Coast Canola canola meal contains 95 percent dry matter (compared to 88 percent dry matter for conventional canola meal), meaning that you are paying for nutrients, not water. This provides some flexibility to feed formulators who are working with some higher moisture feed ingredients. And even with the higher oil content, because of the higher dry matter, Pacific Coast Canola canola meal contains as much protein as conventional canola meal (as is basis).
Nutrient composition of non-GMO expeller-pressed canola meal compared to conventional (solvent) canola meal and soybean meal.
|Nutrient, as is basis||Pacific Coast Canola Canola Meal||Canola meal||Soybean meal|
|Dry matter, %||95||88||88|
|Crude protein, %||36||36||47|
|Crude oil, %||10||3||1.4|
|Crude fibre, %||11||11||3.4|
|Available phosphorus, %||0.40||0.40||0.20|
Source: Dave Hickling, Ph.D. Animal Nutrition