In the last year the AEA has turned to outside advisers for our industry to be in line with the world market of fats and oils. Dr Frank Orthoefer presented a presentation at our 1999 convention on the important of trade rules. Dr Orthoefer gave a comparison of where AEA Emu oil standards are to…

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Consumer Alerts posted on this site are due to violations with regard to the American Emu Associations (AEA) policies for use of their trademarked properties. Companies or individuals listed here have been given notice of the violation and the policies for compliance. They have been given reasonable time to comply, and they have been notified…

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See the full fact sheet on The Guidelines for Handling and Storage of Emu Fat Quality Emu Oil Begins With Quality Fat Fat exists in two places on the emu, internally and externally.  Very often there will be as much internal fat as external, sometimes more.  It varies from bird to bird. External Fat A well-fed…

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The American Emu Association (AEA) does not endorse or recommend any particular method of emu oil refining. The AEA does insist that whatever method of refining is used, the emu oil must match the fatty acid profile parameters for pure emu oil and that it meets or exceeds the standards for Fully Refined Emu Oil…

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38°F (3.3° C) Solid mass 80°F (26.6° C) Clear to light cream colored liquid Odor None to very slight oil smell Flavor No taste to bland Moisture 0.05% Maximum Refractive Index 1.4654 (30 degrees Celsius) Color Lovibond 0.8R – 8.0Y suggested Iodine Value 75 – 80 Peroxide Value (mEq/100g) 2.0 maximum OSI Stability 6.0 hours…

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For health conscious individuals who want THE Natural Alternative, emu oil: Promotes faster relief as a superior skin supplement. Transports products quickly through the skin getting ingredients to the source of the problem, allowing Over-The-Counter (OTC) and cosmetic products to work better. Is a natural, odorless anti-inflammatory with no side effects. Is high in the…

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