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To boldly go where no frying oil has been before... Monsanto unveils next generation high oleic soybean oil

4 commentsBy Elaine Watson , 18-Jul-2012
Last updated on 18-Jul-2012 at 13:53 GMT2012-07-18T13:53:03Z

Monsanto unveils next generation high oleic soybean oil

The next generation of high oleic soybean oils will give the food industry a cost-effective and healthier alternative to partially hydrogenated vegetable oils (HVOs) with flavor and stability current alternatives cannot deliver, according to biotech giant Monsanto.

With a fresh clean taste, oils from Monsanto's new Vistive Gold soybeans also boast extended fry life and stability at high temperatures – along with a sharp reduction in saturated fat – claimed director of food applications Richard Wilkes, who caught up with FoodNavigator-USA at the IFT show in Las Vegas.

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Just another Poison put out by Monsanto!

Just one more GMO put out by Monsanto!! I refuse to eat canola oil now do you think I would eat this "new" one? No way!! Monsanto needs to get rid of the GMOs in the agricultural business!! Monsanto has one goal - take over all food in the world!!! GREEDY CORPORATIONS that could care less about people and the health of humanity!!

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Posted by DR. Jack Mehoff
10 September 2012 | 23h202012-09-10T23:20:13Z

soybean genetics

All soybeans are genetically modified. The soybean species, Glycine max, does not even exist in the wild.

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Posted by David
22 July 2012 | 15h192012-07-22T15:19:49Z

So what?

Who cares if those are gmo? The technology is great and the product useful. I'm gonna get it!

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Posted by robert
21 July 2012 | 11h172012-07-21T11:17:47Z

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