Newgrange Gold Oils first pressed Irish Oils from the heart of the Boyne Valley

Newgrange Gold Oils’ Health Benefits

Essential Fatty Acids - Omegas 3 & 6

It contains a good balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, contributing to anti-inflammatory effects and supporting cardiovascular health.

Heart Health

Rapeseed oil is low in saturated fat and high in unsaturated fats, particularly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. This composition can help reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) levels, promoting heart health.

Low In Saturated Fat

Compared to some other cooking oils, rapeseed oil has a lower saturated fat content, making it a healthier option for daily use.

Economic & Sustainable

Rapeseed’s resilience allows for economically and environmentally sustainable oil production, particularly when cultivated regeneratively. This approach prioritizes soil health, biodiversity, and carbon sequestration, minimizing environmental impact while promoting agricultural resilience.

Good for Skin

The vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids in rapeseed oil contribute to skin health, providing nourishment and potentially reducing inflammation.

Versatile in Cooking

Its high smoke point makes rapeseed oil suitable for various cooking methods, including frying and baking, without producing harmful compounds.

Rich in Vitamin E

Rapeseed oil is a good source of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

“Set on a hillside overlooking the River Boyne, with the ancient passage tomb at Knowth clearly visible and the top of the Newgrange tomb peeking up over the trees, Newgrange Gold farm is breathtakingly beautiful. Most of the crop that goes into the oil comes from fields that lie in the shadow of Newgrange, and all of it is sourced from the Boyne Valley. The oil itself is untouched and unadulterated – it’s cold-pressed oil and nothing more. Rapeseed oil is lower in saturated fats and has 10 times more omega 3 than olive oil. With a higher heat point than olive oil, rapeseed oil is great for cooking but really comes into its own as a salad dressing because it’s not heated”.

Georgina Campbell’s