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A4.How is your Emu Oil processed?
Last Updated: 02/01/2017

Emu Oil Processing

Our Oil is processed at a USA food grade oil refining facility using a vacuum deodorizer. This technology is used most widely in food processing and has the longest history at being the most effective and efficient at producing the safest product. The Vacuum Deodorizer brings the oil to proper temperatures to insure sterilization. Being from an animal source, it is very important that emu oil is brought up to an acceptable temperature for a period of time to insure that any viruses, infections or bacteria that may have been picked up at the meat processing plant or other sources is removed. It is then filtered using natural clay rather then chemicals.

The final proprietary process finishes the oil to insure a creamy product with no separation. The whole process is done under GMP (General Manufacturing Practices) for food products.

All of our emu oil is processed according to the AEA Trade Rules and carries the American Emu Association Certified Fully Refined Seal.


Copy of a sample lab analysis is attached. You may request a copy of a current batch at any time.

Attachments:   07/20/2016: LB EmuOil COA A03226.pdf


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