High oleic soybean oil offers benefits to restaurants as well as restaurant customers, from nutritional aspects to extended shelf life of french fries.
Restaurants have more than one choice when it comes to the oil used in frying operations, but many may not realize the many benefits offered by high oleic soybean oil that extends both to operations and to customers.
A free one-hour webinar, sponsored by US Soy and hosted by Fastcasual.com, will provide an in-depth review of the quality, reliability and durability offered by soybean oil. Judy Mottl, editor of Fastcasual.com’s parent company, Networld Media Group, will serve as moderator.
The live webinar, which will take place on May 19 at 11 a.m. EST, will be led by Dennis Strayer, edible oil consultant at Qualisoy. He has over 40 years of experience in the oilseed industry in the fields of analysis, processing, functional applications as well as sales and marketing.
Strayer has a background in quality control and assurance, regulatory affairs and food safety and is an active member of the American Oil Chemists’ Society and the Institute of Food Technologists. He has also served in the past on technical committees for the Institute of Shortening and Edible Oils and Grocery Manufacturers Association.
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U.S.-grown high oleic soybean oil extends product shelf life, provides one of the longest fry times of any edible oil, has an improved fat profile, and delivers flavor neutral allowing the food to be the star of the show. Its price is competitive with other high stability alternatives.
Although there is a premium on high oleic soybean oil, similar to high oleic canola oil and over low stability base oils, it will continue to decline to as the volume increases. Transportation costs for high oleic soybean oil are more favorable than imported alternatives and will continue to decline as domestic availability increases.
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