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“On pro­cess­ing the ker­nels of kokum seeds they yield be­tween 33-44% ed­i­ble oil, which when kept at am­bi­ent tem­per­a­tures has a ten­dency to re­main in a solid state. The fat is called kokum but­ter and is one of the most sta­ble veg­etable but­ters,” says Ru­tam Rane, Pro­pri­etor, Key­note In­ter­na­tional, a com­pany that man­u­fac­tures raw and re­fined kokum but­ter, from kokum seeds gath­ered from nat­u­rally growing trees.

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