Wiberg oils

Premium oils - best quality at the best price

Wiberg oils For over 50 years, restaurateurs and food producers have seen Wiberg as a reliable partner, leading developer and innovative problem solver for spices.
Wiberg oils Premium oils - best quality at the best price

For over 50 years, restaurateurs and food producers have seen Wiberg as a reliable partner, leading developer and innovative problem solver for spices.


    Precious drops for more enjoyment

    WIBERG oils are made exclusively from oilseeds with a guaranteed degree of purity and are obtained using the classic stamp press process.

    This is the only way the spice professional can live up to his promise to give people the highest enjoyment and taste experience. Because you know: we go to the end of the world for the best qualities and the most delicious enjoyment.

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  • Tempting delicacies for salad enjoyment

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  • oils and fats

    Do not step my foot

    They are available daily on our menu. Targeted and used with care, they can turn simple dishes into a sophisticated experience for our palate. Too often, however, fat is carelessly brought into the kitchen game, despite the fact that it is usually hidden inconspicuously in numerous foods.

    Which tasks do fats have?
    Fats perform a variety of tasks in the body. They are an ideal energy storage, play a role in the construction of cell membranes and serve as a transport for fat-soluble vitamins. also
    protect the body from cold and serve as a cushion for internal organs. How are fats built up? Fats consist of glycerine and fatty acids. According to their molecular structure, the fatty acids are more saturated
    (no double bond), monounsaturated and polyunsaturated form (one to several double bonds). All fats consist of a combination of these three groups of fatty acids, with one type generally dominating. Most of the fatty acids can be produced by the body itself, but not the so-called essential fatty acids, which must be ingested with the food.

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  • Greek - Argentinian farmer`s salad

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    Greek-Argentinian Farmer`s Salad Ingredients:
    250 g lettuce,
    150 g red onions cut into wedges,
    300 g cucumbers, cut into long, thin slices,
    250 g red pepper cut into strips,
    100 g black olives,
    300 g sheep`s cheese, sliced
    WIBERG products: Grill Argentina, Chianti wine vinegar,
    Extra virgin olive oil from Andalusia, pure fine salt,
    Whole black pepper (from the mill)

    Arrange the salad with onions, cucumbers, peppers and olives. Roll sheep`s cheese in Grill-Argentina.
    Mix Grill-Argentina with Chianti wine vinegar and olive oil, season with salt and pepper and marinate the salad with it.

  • What is the significance of the different fatty acids?

    Saturated fatty acids
    The amount of saturated fat in the diet has the greatest negative effect on blood cholesterol levels. They are mainly found in meat, sausage products, eggs, milk and milk products (butter, cheese), pork fat, frying fat and mainly in animal products. However, coconut oil, pastries and many ready meals are also a source of saturated fatty acids.

    Monounsaturated fatty acids
    Fats with a high proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids are now just as important in long-term health care as they are in a heart-friendly diet. Good sources are: olives, rapeseed, nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, macadamia, pecan), avocados and their oils and some spreadable fats.

    Polyunsaturated fatty acids
    There are different groups of polyunsaturated fatty acids. The omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid) and the omega-6 fatty acids (linoleic acid) are essential fatty acids. Numerous vegetable oils are rich in omega-6 fatty acids and a large part of the European population unconsciously consumes significant amounts of them. Omega-3 fatty acids protect the heart and blood vessels in many ways: They lower triglyceride levels and total cholesterol, but strengthen HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol). They can also have a positive effect on blood circulation, blood pressure and inflammatory conditions
    show diseases. Of our foodstuffs, fish (sea and also freshwater fish), some fish products (e.g. silverfish), walnuts, rapeseed, soy, linseed and their oils are good to very good suppliers of omega-3 fatty acids.

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