Health-conscious consumers expect foods with labels that say 0g trans-fat. Food manufacturers and fast-food restaurants are working to find oils that can meet this demand without sacrificing performance or taste. Farmers want a soybean with strong agronomics and increased demand.
Oil made from high oleic soybeans is high in monounsaturated fat, and low in polyunsaturated fats, making it extremely stable. Plenish® high oleic soybean oil has 0g trans-fat, less saturated fat, and the highest amount of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat available in soy.
Oil made from high oleic soybeans is not hydrogenated. Plenish® high oleic oil’s fatty acid profile means food manufacturers and restaurants may put a 0g trans-fat label on their products without sacrificing shelf life or performance.
Plenish® high oleic oil has an oleic content (omega-9 monounsaturated fatty acid) of more than 75%, 20% less saturated fat than commodity soy oil, 75% less saturated fat than palm oil and a linolenic content of 2% for improved oil stability.
For foodservice and food processing customers, high oleic soybeans yield higher-functioning soybean oil that meets the needs of a growing number of food and industrial customers.