Carbon Cycle Crush

Carbon Cycle Crush Offers Finest Range of High Fat Content Bulk Canola Meal

Carbon Cycle Crush offers the finest range of high fat content bulk canola meal at the most competitive prices.


Spokane, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/23/2014 -- Carbon Cycle Crush offers the finest range of high fat content bulk canola meal at the most competitive prices. The company works with a dedicated team of professionals and their crush facilities can create a mechanically crushed, omega-3 enriched, hexane-free, and high-fat content canola meal also known as expeller-pressed or Virgin Canola meal. Hexane is never used during the oil-extraction process, which means that no heat or cold-pressing is required to eradicate the hexane.

This is helpful for the environment, as well as for livestock ranchers’ wallets. Interestingly, average milk production can be increased by +1.0 liter per cow per day when dairy cows are fed with supplemental Canola meal diets.

They are a leading bulk Canola oil supplier in the industry as their Canola oil is analyzed and certified by Gorge Analytical out of Hood River, Oregon. In addition to this, Gorge Analytical is the only lab in the country certified by the National Biodiesel Board.

A spokesperson from Carbon Cycle Crush mentions, “It’s as close to Mother Nature as you can get — seed goes into the crushers, and oil and meal come out! Canola is the highest quality oil for manufacturers of plastics because of its long-chain polymers. Plastic products currently produced from petroleum can just as easily be made from bio-oils, a more environmentally sustainable option. Please call us if you would like to buy expeller-pressed Canola oil.”

About Carbon Cycle Crush
Carbon Cycle Crush is helping local farmers and ranchers create economically, socially and environmentally sustainable businesses by driving a consistent demand for crops, providing educational support, creating local jobs and selling high-quality expeller-pressed Canola oil and expeller-pressed Canola meal. They are driven by a vision to re-balance the carbon cycle in agricultural communities. They aim to create jobs, drive consistent and reliable demand for oil-seed crops and introduce sustainable business practices that stimulate economic growth, foster social equality, and accelerate environmental stewardship.

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Phone: 509-242-3036