Canola Oil

As one of the product in  the 100% pure Daisy oil series, Pakplast provides a commercial canola oil.  It is a healthy oil.

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commercial cooking oil - canola

  • 100% Canola Oil 
  • Recognised globally as a healthy oil because of its unique properties and health benefits, low saturated fat 
  • Ideal for culinary use in the kitchen, Bakery, for Mayonnaise, dressings and Shallow / Deep Fry
  • Smoke Point 204 °C

Nature and benefits

The commercial canola oil which Pakplast provides contains 100% pure canola oil. It is ideal for usage in the hospitality industry as well as in household.

Canola is a crop grown in Canada, Europe, Australia and some parts of the United States. The plants produce small yellow flowers that develop into pods, similar to pea pods. Inside each pod are tiny black seeds that are packed with trans-fat-free oil. After harvesting, the seeds are crushed to release the canola oil from the seed’s protein-rich solids. The oil and solids then undergo further processing – the oil for cooking oil and food products, and the solids as a high-value ingredient for animal feeds. Today canola is also used as a feedstock for renewable fuels.


Canola oil is high in unsaturated fats and has the lowest amount of saturated fat among the common cooking oils. It contains high amounts of oleic acid (a monounsaturated fat) and alpha-linolenic acid (the plant-based omega-3 essential fatty acid).

Many clinical trials have shown that canola oil has health benefits when used instead of other fat sources.

For details about its benefits, please refer to this link.

Cooking options

Because of its light flavor, high smoke point, and smooth texture, canola oil is one of the most versatile cooking oils. You can use it in a number of dishes and cooking methods, like:

  • As a cooking oil for sauteing, stir-frying, grilling, and baking
  • In salad dressings, sauces, and marinades
  • To coat your pans for nonstick baking
  • Instead of solid fats (such as margarine and butter) in recipes

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