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Sunflower Oil

by Century Sun Oil

Pulaski, WI

Sunflower Oil 16 GroupCentury Sun Oil's production facility is located on a 135-year-old family farm in Pulaski, WI. Owners Dale and Pam Johnson use their repurposed dairy barn to perform all aspects of manufacturing: oil pressing, filtering, bottling, warehousing, and shipping. The oil seeds come entirely from organic family farms in the Midwestern United States. These farmers grow a variety-specific seed that produces the versatile, tasty, certified organic, high oleic oil that Century Sun Oil is known for.

Pam and Dale started Century Sun Oil because they love good food, and believe in high oleic sunflower oil’s healthful attributes. They enjoy working together as a team, and they believe in small, local businesses and family farms.  They are involved in all aspects of the company, and Dale’s son Eric has recently joined them as they expand and grow the business.

We are foodies that love to cook and are excited to produce a food product that not only tastes good but is good for you. Century Sun Oil is a versatile cooking oil that can be used for cooking as well as dressings and marinades.


Benefits of Century Sun Oil 

Century Sun Oil is a versatile all-purpose oil which enhances the flavors of all your favorite recipes. Our high-oleic sunflower oil is a great addition to your heart healthy lifestyle.
  • Trans Fat Free
  • GMO Free
  • Gluten Free​
32 Sunflower Oil Group
Your Midwest Alternative to Olive Oil
  • Monounsaturated Fat
  • High Omega 9
  • High Levels of Vitamin E
  • High smoke point
  • Versatile-- can be used in cooking applications as well as salad dressings
  • Blends well with other oils and butter
  • Used widely in the cosmetic and skin care industry, makes great soaps and lotions
  • We only process organic high-oleic sunflower oil, no allergy risk from nuts or other seeds
  • Be kind to your heart - "Use Century Sun Oil!"

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