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has set a goal to exclusively offer palm shortenings that are certified sustainable to the standards set by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) at Segregated (SG) and Mass Balance (MB) levels.
AAK Bakery Services' Operations Director Gary Atkinson said: "Akofluid Pumpable Shortenings bring a number of benefits, such as reducing waste and the use of mechanised handling with its associated environmental impacts, and helping manufacturers meet the FSA's guidelines on saturated fat and calorie reduction.
Restaurants in New York have until July 1 to switch to oils, margarines and shortenings used for frying and spreading that have less than 0.
The decision essentially outlaws an ingredient found in many commercial frying oils, margarines and shortenings.
They use a milkless, eggless donut base and vegetable shortenings.
Bread made with oat oil or its components could become an alternative dietary staple for people who would rather avoid vegetable shortenings, which contain trans fatty acids associated with heart disease.
For people who would rather avoid eating vegetable shortenings, which contain trans-fatty acids that have been associated with heart disease, bread made with oat oil or its components could be an alternative dietary staple.
We analyzed 41 foods or meals that are made with partially hydrogenated oils or shortenings.
Willett and Albert Ascherio of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston review recent epidemiological and metabolic data linking consumption of the partially hydrogenated fats in margarines and shortenings to increased risk of heart disease.
SansTrans offers the same functionality as traditional bakery shortenings but with 30 percent less saturated fat than typical trans-free alternatives.
Commenting on Olera GOLD, Jignesh Bhatt, Executive Director for GATC said, "The US and Canadian companies that have made a superior commitment to sustainability for palm oil will be encouraged to see that 100% certified sustainable palm shortenings will now be available nationwide at competitive prices.
Recipes use Crisco oils or shortenings - which is OK in most cases - but a chocolate tart filling with butter-flavor shortening is a turn-off - and goes a little too far.