At AVOCARE, we have one mission, one passion, one promise: to provide you with great tasting, high quality, and cold pressed, extra virgin avocado oil. We only focus on avocado-based oil because we believe in doing one thing and doing it right.

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Why Avocado Oil?

Does smoke point matter?

When oil is overheated, it begins to break down and lose its nutritional properties. This deterioration, known as oxidation, can actually turn your healthy oil into a not-so-healthy one in a matter of minutes. Anytime you cook over 325 degrees, you want to choose a healthy oil with a high smoke point to ensure you are not breaking down the nutritional value of your oils unintentionally. That’s why AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil is so ideal – it’s a high heat cooking oil that’s sturdy enough to handle almost any temperature and still keep its nutritional properties – taking the worry out of cooking, so you can enjoy your meal.

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Recipes and Videos AVOCARE’s Extra Virgin Avocado Oil is so diverse and so pure, cooking with it couldn’t be simpler. Come explore the possibilities with a recipe that suits you and your family’s needs.

Avocado Oil Cake with Fresh Berry Compote

Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in the United States’ history. Native Americans developed the first blueberry baked goods, which they called[Read More]

Chicken with Leeks and Tarragon

chicken with leeks cooked with avocado oil

This classic French dish includes tarragon, one of the most used herbs in French cooking. The herb has been used by many cultures for medicinal purposes. The ancient Greeks chewed it[Read More]

Pork Tenderloin with Fennel and Sage

pork loin cooked with avocado oil

In ancient Rome fennel was associated with strength, longevity and courage. Often described as a most useful to women, fennel was used for the production of milk in lactating[Read More]

Tahini Avocado Hummus

heart healthy tahini made with avocado oil

Of Aztec origin, for centuries avocados have been valued for their high fat and vitamin content. They were referred to as the “poor man’s butter” by Spanish conquistadors.
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Asian Cabbage and Brussels Sprouts Salad

A basic condiment in China, Southeast Asia and Japan; soy sauce is made from a fermented mixture of soya bean, wheat, water and salt. [Read More]

Asparagus and Ricotta Toast

Asparagus were King Louis XIV’s favorite vegetable. His royal gardener, Jean de la Quintinie, developed a way to grow them in hot beds in Versailles so that he could enjoy them year-round.[Read More]

Avocado, Tomato and Manchego Bruschetta

This recipe is a variation of the traditional Catalan tapa, Pan con Tomate (Tomato Toast) and the popular avocado toast. [Read More]

Carrot Soup with Ginger and Curry

The idea of curry as a dish flavored with curry powder is a British invention, a misrepresentation of spiced Indian dishes referred to as “kari”, meaning sauce and used to describe spicy Indian sauces.[Read More]

Our Story

Meet The Valdez Family

Growing up in Northern Mexico until he was 19, founder and CEO of AVOPRODUCTS, Ruben Valdez came to Texas in 1968 with a goal to give more to his family, and knew he would have to work very hard to make that happen.

With a dream in his pocket and a growing family to provide for, Ruben held various jobs, working hard and keeping his eye on the prize of owning his own business, specifically a restaurant, one day.

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