High-Oleic Soybean Oil Suppliers
A Smart Solution for Health-conscious Consumers
Targray works with high oleic soybean oil suppliers and producers throughout Europe, North America and Asia to address the changing needs of vegetable oil consumers. Drawing on our international sourcing, distribution and supply chain capacities, our edible oil traders are able to create value for wholesale soybean oil buyers around the globe. To learn more about our high-oleic soybean oil sales and procurement solutions, get in touch with a member of our Edible Oils trading desk.
High Oleic Soybean Oil
High oleic soybean oil is a fairly new and important type of monounsaturated fat, a ‘healthy’ fat.
Since soybean oil is frequently used in salad dressing, baking, frying and snack foods, consumers and food manufacturers can increase the amount of good, monounsaturated fat found in those foods by switching to high oleic soybean oils.
As the health benefits of high oleic soybean oil become better known in the years ahead, consumers are likely to see it touted on product labels.
Soybean oil is one of the most commonly used vegetable oil feedstocks for biodiesel production.
In the United States, the growth of the biodiesel sector has resulted in a larger share of the domestic soybean oil supply to be consumed as biofuel feedstock. As an ISCC-certified supplier of bio-based diesel fuel and biofuel feedstocks, Targray works with soybean oil suppliers and to create bulk soybean oil feedstock solutions to meet the needs of customers throughout North America and Europe.
Soybean oil is also used as a drying oil as it will slowly harden upon exposure to air, forming a flexible, transparent, and waterproof solid. Because of this property, it is used in some printing ink and oil paint formulations, though perhaps not as frequently as linseed oil.
FOSFA is a professional international contract issuing and arbitral body focused on the world trade of oilseeds, oils and fats. It counts over 1,000 members in 86 countries. These include edible oil suppliers, producers and processors, shippers and dealers, traders, brokers and agents, superintendents, analysts, shipowners, ship brokers, tank storage companies, arbitrators, lawyers, insurers and other service providers.
The AFOA is a U.S.-based non-profit organization focused on fostering trade and commerce within the United States and throughout the world for animal, fish, and vegetable fats, oils, and protein. The AFOA works to promote uniformity and certainty in the standards of such products and in the customs and usages of the trade. Targray first became a member of the AFOA in 2019.