Healthier Oils, Healthier Business

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HEALTHIER OILS, HEALTHIER BUSINESS

Dow AgroSciences believes health and quality shouldn’t require compromise. That is why Omega-9 Oils were developed to enhance the healthfulness of foods while preserving key functional qualities such as longer, cleaner fry life, clean taste, extended product shelf life, superior versatility and overall cost effectiveness. This relentless focus on quality and performance is what enables Omega-9 Oils to consistently meet the needs of today’s demanding foodservice and food manufacturing environments.

v LONGER, CLEANER FRY LIFE

Omega-9 Canola Oil provides longer, cleaner fry life due to its unique fatty acid profile. This patented profile of 74% oleic acid and about 2% linolenic acid contributes to longer fry life with less oil build up.

Cost savings from extended fry life can have a significant impact on your business, but only if you know your oil is delivering quality food to your consumers. In a test replicating frying at a busy quick-service restaurant, Omega-9 Canola Oil performed at or better than leading competitive frying oils. As water from ice crystals or particles from breading systems are continually added to frying oil, the oil deteriorates. Anisidine value is an industry standard metric of degradation. Omega-9 Canola Oil met or exceeded competitor performance on Day 10, indicating a strong ability to extend fry life beyond 10 days. Ultimately, operators can now rely on food quality and color to determine the oil discard point.

Anisidine Value

The unique fatty acid profile of Omega-9 Oils also allows for cleaner frying by reducing polymerization, the “gunk” that builds up on frying equipment. Reduced polymerization improves equipment efficiency, decreases cleaning time and minimizes the need for harsh chemicals.

Polymerization

> CLEAN TASTE, CONSISTENT QUALITY

> EXTENDED SHELF LIFE

> COST-EFFECTIVE AND VERSATILE

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