California Rice Oil Company Is Knocking Blows to Trans Fat Foes

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The California Rice Oil Company emerges as the perfect trans fat free alternative for restaurants, hospitals and colleges.

With the recent buzz about the dangers of trans fats, chefs are finding that California Rice Oil is a great choice in deep fryers. Rice Oil is a trans fat free cooking oil that not only works well in the kitchen but also offers health benefits. Rice Oil is long lasting and is an affordable option for food service professionals. Rice Oil is revered for its neutral flavor, high smoke point of 490 degrees, stability and great tasting food.

It is important to note that making the change to a trans fat free oil is beneficial to the health and welfare of customers. This simple change is the first step in eliminating trans fats in our country.

The California Rice Oil Company has been selling its trans fat free oil for five years to rave reviews. Angelo Servino, the owner of the famous Servinos Ristorante in Tiburon, California, states that "rice oil works perfectly for all my deep frying needs. Not only does the food taste better, it is a healthier choice and equipment is easier to clean." Servinos joins all the rest of the Tiburon restaurants that make Tiburon the first trans fat free city in the nation.

Rice bran oil has been a popular cooking oil used in Asian countries for decades where there are lower instances of cancer, diabetes, obesity and heart disease compared to the United States. Studies show all of these conditions are worsened from the use of hydrogenated oils that are predominately used in the United States.

Doctors and nutritionists now call trans fats the worst of all fats and it has been documented that trans fats have been negatively linked to heart disease and rising cholesterol levels. Rice Oil has never been partially hydrogenated, nor is it genetically modified. The oil is all natural, does not contain anti-foaming agents and is considered sustainable agriculture.


Ellen Davenport


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