Welcome to Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil, home of Award Winning Oils, Dressings and Mayonnaise made from our finest cold pressed Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil - all produced using seed grown and cold pressed here on the chalky soil of the Yorkshire Wolds. With only half the saturated fat of olive oil, a high burn point and a gentle nutty flavour Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil provides you with healthy, versatile oil ideal for all your culinary needs. 

We blinked and July arrived! 2016 is practically racing by and, as always, we've been beavering away to make sure we have enough produce to sell at all the amazing markets, food festivals and agricultural shows coming up this month. It's one of our favourite (and busiest!) times of year. Keep up to date with our market and festival whereabouts on our events page. If you are familiar with our products and wish to find out where to buy some more then take a look at our stockist page, or even buy online! Also now available is our recipe book ‘Cooking with Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil’ great for a little inspiration at meal times!

If you are looking for a special treat for friends and family then why not have a look at our Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil hampers and gift boxes, perfect for foodie lovers, choose from one of our best selling selections or even build your own, a perfect Birthday or special occasion treat!

We hope you enjoy taking a look around our site and learning a little more about the Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil story. If you come across us at an event then do not hesitate to come and say hello and have a dip at the tasting bar!
Hovingham - 2nd July
Stokesley - 2nd July
Masham - 3rd July
Malton - 9th July
Oakwood - 16th July
Winyard Hall - 17th July
York - 29th July
Otley - 31st July
Great Yorkshire Show
12th to 14th July
Otley Food Festival
18th July
Driffield Show
20th July
Ryedale Show
26th july
Yorkshire Dales Food and Drink Festival (Skipton)
30th to 31st July

800 Children and some tubs of rape seed

A few weeks ago we were invited to take part in an educational extravaganza at Driffield Showground. The idea being to give the younger members of today’s society a good sound knowledge of farming and agricultural practice.

“What a great idea” we thought as we signed on the dotted line. It was only as the day drew nearer that we wondered how on earth we could...

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