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QUALISOY™ is a collaborative effort among the soybean industry to help market the development and availability of healthier soybeans and soy oil, reduce environmental impacts of livestock production through improved soybean meal, and improve the global competitiveness of the U.S. soybean industry.


Fit to be Fried

Abbie Westra

Deep-frying foods may not require the finesse of the sauté pan, but it’s nonetheless a cooking technique fraught with hurdles. Three seemingly simple components—oil, fryer and food—must be carefully chosen and maintained. Further, trans-fat and menu-labeling legislation requires careful consideration of the health implications of fried foods, while hot oil demands proper safety precautions.


Improving Soybean Oil

Neil Mermelstein, Food Technology

Soybean oil, the most abundant vegetable oil in the world, represents about two-thirds of the edible oil consumed in the United States. Learn more about next generation soybean products, inlcuding Plenish high oleic soybean oil, in this Food Technology article by Neil Mermelstein.


Plenish and Bunge Partner at Farm Progress Show 2010


View photos and video from AgWired.com of PlenishTM high oleic soybean oil tastings with Bunge's M.O.E. (Mobile Oil Experts) truck at the 2010 Farm Progress Show.


USDA clears high-oleic soybeans

The Farmer (Minnesota)

Pioneer Hi-Bred has received federal approval for farmers to plant the seed company’s PlenishTM high oleic soybean. Officials of the firm, based in Des Moines, Iowa, and owned by DuPont, say the new high oleic soybean is the key to regaining the share of the cooking oil market soybeans lost recently to canola, palm and olive oils.


Cooking with Plenish™ at Farm Progress

Julie Harker, Brownfield Network

Pioneer’s new Plenish™ High Oleic Soybean oil was used to prepare delicious breakfast foods at the Farm Progress Show for fairgoers to sample. Brownfield Network's Julie Harker talked with Chef Adam Moore on the Bunge MOE truck, which, by the way, is trying to get on the Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race as “America’s Favorite Food Truck.” Chef Adam says Plenish™ is perfect for frying, grilling, baking, etc.


Plenish soon to be available to growers


Farmers want a soybean with strong agronomics and increased demand. Enter Plenish™ a Pioneer® brand soybean with an enhanced oil profile and increased oil stability. Plenish™ high oleic soybean oil will have 0g trans fat and 20 percent less saturated fats than commodity soybean oil and 75 percent less saturated fat than tropical palm oil.


Healthier soy oil trend continues with new varieties

Tim Hoskins, Iowa Farmer Today

Iowa farmers have grown low-linolenic soybeans for the past few years. In 2011, some will start growing the high oleic variety. Pioneer is doing a limited launch of its Plenish soybeans, which have a higher oleic acid content. The higher oleic acid content improves the profile of the oil, says Russ Sanders, director of DuPont Ag & Nutrition-enhanced oils venture.


The Magic Frying Oil?

QSR Magazine, Sam Oches

New developments in the soybean world promise operators an oil that’s healthier and lasts longer.


Meet M.O.E.

Plenish high oleic soy is proud to partner with Bunge's Mobile Oil Experts (M.O.E.) food truck at events across the country. Visit MOE's website to learn more about upcoming events.

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