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Feeling Better About Fat

Kim Decker, Food Product Design

The latest science proves that some fats, far from deserving elimination, actually merit greater representation in our diets, and that’s prompting policy-makers to craft messages more nuanced than “Just say low." As product developers, we should see that as our cue to reexamine where—and which—fats fit into our formulations. The endeavor could prove enlightening.

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High Oleic Soybean Oils Grow in Popularity

Kim Decker, Food Product Design

The latest science proves that some fats, far from deserving elimination, actually merit greater representation in our diets, and that’s prompting policy-makers to craft messages more nuanced than “Just say low." As product developers, we should see that as our cue to reexamine where—and which—fats fit into our formulations. The endeavor could prove enlightening.

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Getting To Know High Oleic Soy

United Soybean Board, Beyond the Bean

High oleic soy has been causing quite a stir lately, but some U.S. soybean farmers may still wonder what makes the oil from these new varieties stand out. Here are five things to know about what many in the U.S. soy industry call a game changer.

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New Soy Oil: Delivering Health, Taste

QSR Magazine

High oleic soybean oil should help restaurants offer customers menu items that meet the demand for better nutrition and more taste.

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New High-Oleic Trait Meets Customer Needs While Protecting U.S. Soybean Demand

Indiana Soybean Alliance

High-oleic soybeans could mean a bright future for soybean production that will help U.S. farmers respond to customer needs. High-oleic soybean oil provides healthier, more stable oil for industry customers than other competitive oils. The high-oleic trait focuses on an end-use customer for soybeans, providing direct benefits for them and opening opportunities for U.S. soybean farmers.

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Refining the Future of Soy

United Soybean Board, Beyond the Bean

Farmers visit an Indiana crush facility to get a firsthand view on how the soybeans they grow or could grow are turned in to high oleic soybean oil. This new product could increase soy-oil demand for both food and industrial applications, as well as export opportunities.

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Investors Can Now Eat Cookies Guilt Free

The Motley Fool

Oleic soybean oil is sure to grab attention once it is available in the markets. That day may just be around the corner. DuPont's subsidiary, Pioneer has already won approval from major markets across the globe to import Plenish high oleic soybean oil.

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High hopes for high oleic soybean oil

Iowa Soybean Association

A $300,000 investment of soybean checkoff funds by Iowa farmers to find new uses for high oleic soybean oil could pay off in the near future.

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High Oleic Soybeans: Reconquering the Oil Market

United Soybean Board

With high oleic soybeans coming down the pike, U.S. soybean farmers have an opportunity to meet the needs of a long-term market and add demand in key areas with new, innovative soybeans: those that produce high levels of oleic acid. The United Soybean Board (USB), along with others in the soy industry, identified high oleic as an opportunity to recover lost edible-soy-oil demand and increase uses throughout the value chain.

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Makers of industrial lubricants based on vegetable oils aim for pole position

Chemical & Engineering News

One way to make industrial lubricants more environmentally friendly is to produce them from nonpetroleum raw materials. Vegetable oils rich in oleic acid can form a major component of the base oils that make up 90% of a finished lubricant.

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