The tucumã pulp oil is very similar in appearance, consistency and properties to palm kernel oil. The high concentration of lauric acid (47%) detected in tucuma pulp oil qualifies it with escellent properties for soap precessing.
The fiber has many uses, the leaves provide a very resistant fiber, ideal for basketry, the seeds are used in handicrafts and the fruits are consumed in juice form.
In comparison the concetration of beta carotene in carrots is 6.6miligrams/100g pulp. Its oil is used in cooking and in massages.
As it is rich in omega 3, 6 and 9, it is a good moisturizer and is used in cosmetics in skin moisturizers, body lotions, and products for damaged hair.
It is also an excellent emollient that spreads well. The value of beta-carotene (which is 180 to 330 mg/100g oil) is more concentrated in the oil than in the pulp.
Drums of 50kg and 180kg; Pails 5kg and 20kg
At room temperature, in clean vehicles, protected from dust, moisture and materials that can offer contamination risk
At room temperature, protected from dust, moisture and light, in the original closed package