UPC BAR CODE: 027000690246
"No Oil is Lower in Saturated Fat Than Canola"
Canola oil is also widely known as rapeseed oil. Canola oil is an excellent source of Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA), which is an n-3 fatty acid whose consumption is linked to a decrease in cardiac mortality of heart disease patients, likely due to its effects on ventricular fibrillation and platelet aggregation. One tablespoon of canola oil contains 1.3g of ALA. Dietary surveys in the U.S. indicate that average adult intakes for ALA range from 1.2-1.6 g/day for men and from 0.9-1.1 g/day for women
Good for your Heart!
Pure Wesson 100% Natural Canola Oil is the most versatile type of vegetable oil and it provides the best nutritional balance of all popular cooking oils.
Wesson Canola's light, delicate taste makes it the perfect oil to be used in every recipe that calls for vegetable oil.
• Pure Wesson 100 percent Natural Canola Oil is good for your heart.
• Wesson’s canola oil has the same health benefits as olive oil without the strong taste allowing for the food’s taste to come through in cooking.
• Canola oil provides a source for healthy fat (monounsaturated fat) that is essential for every diet.
• According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (USDA), Wesson Canola Oil now comes with a qualified health claim on its ability to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) due to its unsaturated fat content.
COMPANY INFORMATION:ConAgra Brands, Inc.
P.O. Box 3768
5 ConAgra Drive
Omaha, Nebraska 68103-0768
United States of America
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 4/21/2010
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