Viterra Canola Processing
Viterra’s canola oils help food manufacturers address consumer
Thanks to high levels of monounsaturated fats, verraUltra9 Canola Oil is naturally stable and therefore foods stay fresh longer without additives or artificial preservatives. This natural stability enables the
Canola oil, such as verraUltra from Viterra, already is recognized for having zero trans fats and one ofthe lowest levels of saturated fats. As the verraUltra9 name highlights, this canola oil contains more
The unique nutrition profile of verraUltra and verraUltra9 Canola Oil was developed through traditional plant breeding, paving the way
Transparency is increasingly important to consumers, and yet, 70 percent say they do not have access to the information they want about their food.2 The canola for verraUltra and verraUltra9 oil is grown under an identity preserved program, which ensures quality and control along the supply chain, from the farmers who grow it, to our plants where it is crushed. In this way, Viterra is helping food manufacturers answer consumer questions about where food comes from.
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At Viterra, we view every business relationship as a partnership. This collaboration helps us drive continuous innovation and improvement, and ultimately, helps our customers build increased value into their food products. We also take pride in helping our customers protect their brands with industry-leading food safety practices.
Viterra has a broad-reaching and growing network of canola farmers across North America who supply our crushing plants, and acres continue to increase year over year. We provide some of the world’s leading food manufacturers with the consistent, reliable volumes of
Viterra's processing plants are located in Ste. Agathe, MB, Canada, and Warden, WA, USA. Our plants are Non-GMO project verified and FSSC 22000 Certified.
Ste. Agathe, MB, Canada
Warden, WA, USA