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Why the benefits of camelina oil may be worth exploring.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
1st June, 2013
Jack and his father John Rogers: their camelina oil can be used for cooking or as a daily food supplement. Photo: Barry Cronin

Best known for his legal career, barrister and former attorney-general John Rogers branched into food production last year with the launch of Newgrange Gold, a rapeseed oil produced on his family farm in the Boyne Valley.

Now Rogers and his son Jack have another product on the shelves in the form of camelina oil.

Rich in omega oils and antioxidants, camelina, which is also known as wild flax, can be used for cooking or taken...

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