Palm oil is a popular oil in Brazilian and Angolan culinary and also in the candomble. It is the most consumed in the world, followed by soybean and canola. It is produced from palm tree fruit known as Oil Palm. Indispensable in the african-Brazilian cuisine, it is used in dishes such as caruru, vatapa, acaraje, bobo de camarao, abara, among others. Product images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the actual product.