Israel is about to make its first batch available for sale in the country.
According to a statement by the Israeli Food Authority (IFA), the first batch has been tested for the presence of chanda extract, which is made from dried chanda leaves.
It will be sold in food stores as chanda, chanda and chanda-oil, but will not be sold as an edible oil.
The chanda seeds will be used to produce a chanda tea, which will be marketed as a drink and sold in a capsule format.
The IFA said the chanda product will be available for consumption within two weeks.
According in the statement, the first shipment of edible oil will be distributed among the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in the coming weeks, to ensure the safety of the oil.
In a statement, FAO director-general Peter Chilton said, “It’s not only chanda.
We will also be working with the IFA on other edible oils, including soybean oil, almond oil, and palm oil, for instance.”
He said the IFOA would continue to work with international partners and food manufacturers to provide more sustainable and high-quality oils, which are safer and better for the environment.