Commercial pure cooking oil - Daisy 100% pure oil

Among the 3 series of commercial cooking oil (or signature oil) that Pakplast provides, there is a series of commercial pure cooking oil. It is mainly used for light and moderate cooking as well as salad dressing.

5 different commercial pure cooking oil

  • vegetable oil (soyabean oil)
  • canola oil
  • ricebran oil
  • cottonseed oil
  • sunflower oil
Commercial cooking oil - Daisy 100% pure oil

Vegetable Oil

Canola Oil

Ricebran Oil

Cottonseed Oil

Sunflower Oil

Soybean oil (packaged as "Vegetable Oil")

Soybean oil is a vegetable oil that’s extracted from the seeds of the soybean plant. . It’s also incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of cooking methods, including frying, baking, and roasting. Plus, it’s been linked to several health benefits, especially when it comes to your heart, skin, and bones.

There are a few benefits of this oil, including:

1.High smoke point

2.Rich in heart-healthy fats

3.May support bone health

4.Contains omega-3 fatty acids

5.Promotes skin health

6. Versatile and easy to use

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

Canola Oil

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.

Ricebran oil

Rice bran oil is extracted from rice bran, the outer layer of the rice grain. It’s commonly used as a cooking oil in many Asian countries, including Japan, India, and China. As a byproduct of rice milling, rice bran is usually used as animal feed or discarded as waste. Yet, it has recently gained attention for its potential health benefits as an oil.

Here are the 9 impressive benefits of rice bran oil.

1. Contains beneficial nutrients

2. May support healthy blood sugar levels

3. May promote heart health

4. Has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects

5. May have anticancer effects

6. May fight bad breath 7. May enhance immune health 8. May boost skin health

9. Easy to add to your diet

For details of the benefits, please refer to this link.

Cottonseed oil

Cottonseed oil, as the name implies, is made from the seeds of cotton plants, which are produced in huge quantities in various countries, including the United States. Similar to other seed oils, the cotton seeds must be husked, revealing an oil-rich kernel, which can then be pressed to extract the valuable oil. This oil, which is praised for being low in trans fats, is often used as cooking oil because it can help bring out the flavor of foods rather than masking them. 

Many people turn to cottonseed oil to help treat high cholesterol and blood pressure, arthritis, gout, a weak immune system, dementia, certain cancers, inflammatory conditions, wounds, cuts, scrapes, and skin conditions.

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

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is made from pressing sunflower seeds and extracting the oil. It’s usually used for roasting, stir-frying and deep-frying due to its high smoke point. This means you can roast or fry at higher temperatures before the oil starts to smoke. Use sunflower oil for roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, stir-frying vegetables or even in bakes as a replacement for butter.
Golden, light and healthy, sunflower oil contains more Vitamin E than any other vegetable oil. It is naturally extracted from sunflower seeds and bears a subtle taste. Vegetable and plant based oils are cholesterol-free, low in saturated fats and rich in polyunsaturated fats. Sunflower oil, particularly, is loaded with Vitamin E and omega 6 fats which makes it a healthy choice.

Overall speaking, Sunflower has the following benefits:

  • promote heart health
  • good for skin
  • energy booster
  • good for hair
  • strengthen immune system
  • improve digestion

For more details about these benefit of Sunflower oil, please refer to this link.

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