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Moderate metal wear occurs during the pressing operation, creating a source of iron contamination. The rate of wear depends on the type of press, method of pressing, nut-to-fibre ratio, etc. High pressing pressures are reported to have an adverse effect on the bleach ability and oxidative conservation of the extracted oil.
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The bark and roots contain high levels of tannin and are used to tan leather. The yield of oil from the seed is high and has been applied as an emollient, conditioner, skin softener, body and hair oil as well as included as an ingredient in lipsticks and lubricants.
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South Africa's soybean industry: A brief overview
The leading soybean oil suppliers to South Africa are Spain with a share of 44% (75 679 tons), Argentina with a share of 27% (46 727 ton), the Netherlands with a share of 21% (35 969 tons), Romania with a share of 4% (6 493 tons) and Brazil with a share of 3% (5 517 tons). South Africa also exports soybean oil to the African markets.
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groundnuts, ground nut oil and palm oil. In the 1960s, Nigeria had over 60% of global palm oil exports, 30% of global ground nut exports, 20-30% of global ground nut oil exports, and 15 % of global cocoa exports. By the 2000s, Nigeria global share of exports of each of these crops was 5% or less 3.