Canola Oil in the News
Creamy, spicy, tart or rich, sauces are elemental to good cooking. What would a salad be without vinaigrette?
Beekeepers seek out canola fields because they are such a good nectar/pollen source, and canola growers know it’s in their best interest to protect nearby pollinators. Honey producers and canola growers work together to help both industries thrive.
Canola fields are habitat for an incredible diversity of beneficial insects including bees and butterflies.
We say Canola oil! Why? Well for starters, canola oil’s high smoke point is great for foods prepared on the hot grill. Canola oil takes the heat! Secondly, its mild taste and light texture won't be overpowering and it won't solidify in the fridge.
Canola oil is one of the healthiest culinary oils in the world with zero trans fat and the lowest amount of saturated fat of all common cooking oils. It has been rigorously tested and approved by authoritative scientific bodies for human consumption.
What is canola? What does canola look like? How is canola grown? What challenges does canola present to the farmer? How does canola farming impact the environment?