Among the Highest “Good Fats,” With No Trans Fats and Low “Bad Fats”
Although you won’t find Omega-9 Oils on the supermarket shelf today, many food manufacturers and foodservice companies are using this oil to address the needs of the food industry and the health needs of North American consumers.
Omega-9 Canola Oil was created to help foodservice and food processing customers reduce “bad” fats and increase “good” fats in food products. Omega-9 Canola Oil is naturally stable, which reduces the need for antioxidants and stability additives such as tertiary butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ). This allows food manufacturers to feature products with “cleaner” product labels.
Visit GoodFats101.com to learn more about how Omega-9 Oils is helping consumers increase the “good” fats and reduce “bad” facts.