Edible Oils

Get a range of benefits for consumers, the planet and your business.

Our high oleic, low linolenic (HOLL) soybean oil is made from traceable, US-grown, non-GMO soybeans. It works well in any cooking style that needs oil, including frying, roasting, searing and baking. It’s also the ideal oil ingredient for a wide range of food applications.
A graph showing the percentage of different components on HOLL soybean oil compared to other oils.

A heart-healthy*, business-friendly fat profile

The high level of oleic acid in our HOLL oil make it eligible for an FDA Qualified Health Claim1. And its low levels of linolenic acids make it less susceptible to oxidation. That gives it higher heat-tolerance and shelf stability.

Learn more about our approach to ESG

Our latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report  shows our progress in empowering people, assessing our impact and establishing governance at all levels.

Our closed-loop solution values American farmers and secures supply

We’ve built a closed-loop solution around our location at the heart of agricultural America. We incentivize our network of farmer partners to grow beans with a high protein density and we process these beans at our soy crush facilities in Iowa and Indiana.

A Benson Hill Innovation

At Benson Hill, we set the pace of innovation in food. It’s how we deliver on our promise to enable more nourishing, sustainable food. Our CropOS® food innovation engine combines data science, machine learning, biology and genetics. The result is better varietals; high in protein and with consumer-friendly nutrition and flavor profiles. CropOS takes the guesswork out of breeding so we can get sustainable protein ingredients to market faster and keep on setting the pace of innovation in food.

* When used as a replacment in oils. 1. Supportive but not conclusive evidence suggests that daily consumption of about 1 ½ tablespoons (20 grams) of oils containing high levels of oleic acid, may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.  To achieve this possible benefit, oleic acid-containing oils should replace fats and oils higher in saturated fat and not increase the total number of calories you eat in a day.  One serving of [x] oil provides [x] grams of oleic acid (which is [x] grams of monounsaturated fatty acid. 2. Compared to expeller-pressed high oleic canola and sunflower oil based on preliminary LCA results from Blonk Consultants based on economic allocation and industry averages.

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