WHAT IS CANOLA
Canola oil is expelled from Canola seed, a yellow flowering plant of the brassica genus, which also contains broccoli, turnips, cabbage, cauliflower, and mustard in its family. The name Canola was adopted in 1978 by Canadian Industry, which was derived from “Canadian Oil, Low Acid”. Standing as the best bet in the essential role of a healthy diet and human nutrition, Canola has been approved with a US FDA heart health claim.
BEST AMONGST OTHER OILS
Containing the LOWEST saturated BAD Fats among all vegetable oils, Canola Oil has the HIGHEST monounsaturated GOOD fats compared to other edible oils.
WHY COLD PRESS OIL
The oils extracted by directly crushing the seeds to preserve the flavours and nutrients for the highest quality of the oil are cold press oils. This method preserves flavour and nutrients for the highest quality of the oil, and contains lower saturated bad fats than other oils but is rich in monounsaturated good fats.
Cold Press Oils
BENEFITS OF CANOLA OIL
World over Doctors and Chefs recommends canola oil to be the healthiest and best cooking option available. It’s the best bet in the essential role of a healthy diet and human nutrition.