Chefs Prefer High Oleic Soybean Oil

first_img Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Mar 28, 2016 Home Indiana Agriculture News Chefs Prefer High Oleic Soybean Oil Chefs Prefer High Oleic Soybean Oil HAT-Jimmy Sneed for USBSoy checkoff-led trial programs at two restaurants gave chefs a new appreciation and preference for high oleic soybean oil. The checkoff supported case studies at the Inn at Virginia Tech and Firebirds Wood Fired Grill. The chefs at each restaurant say they saw improved fry life, less residual oil and better-tasting products when using high oleic soybean oil.Mississippi farmer and soy checkoff farmer-leader Jimmy Sneed says these case studies are essential to the future of high oleic soybean oil.“They have used them, they’ve tried them, they’ve tested them and they’ve performed, they’ve met and exceeded our expectation. We look forward to expanding that to more case studies more widely across the restaurant sector.”The results of the case studies were overwhelmingly positive, and the Inn at Virginia Tech has committed to moving forward with high oleic soybean oil.In order for more restaurants to make the switch to this oil, they need to see that farmers can grow an abundant supply of these premium soybeans.To learn more about the benefits and availability of high oleic soybeans for planting on your farm, visit SHARE Previous articleHoosier Families honored at Statehouse for Agricultural HeritageNext articleBoosting Soybean Yield by Planting Less. Andy Eubank SHARElast_img read more


Mortgage lending: the only thing certain – is uncertainty

first_imgThe latest UK Finance figures reveal first time buyer mortgages were up 5.8 per cent, homemover mortgages were 1.4 per cent up while remortgages were down – both pound for pound (12.9% down) and with additional borrowing (7.1 per cent down).John Phillips, National Operations Director at Just Mortgages and Spicerhaart said, “Remortgaging (pound for pound) has fallen for the second month running, this time by 12.9%, which follows last month’s drop of 23.9 per cent. As I said last month, this is more to do with people being on longer-term fixed rates than any thing else, and this will continue for another three years or so until those five-year fixes from 2018 start to mature.Changing plansLast month, first-time buyer mortgages and home mover mortgages were down, and remortgaging with additional borrowing saw a rise. This month, that has shifted, and we can see that first-time buyer mortgages are up 5.8 per cent – which is more in keeping with the trend of the last 18 months, and homemover mortgages are also slightly up while remortgaging with additional borrowing are down.“It is really hard to work out any trends here – the only thing we can be certain of is that uncertainty is still impacting the market. Brexit is still up in the air, there is a possible general election on the cards and people are just feeling really uneasy about making big decisions which is why home movers are still quite subdued.“First-time buyers are still rising (apart from the blip in June) as people still need to get on to the housing ladder, but I think the message here is still the same – people are reluctant to move or borrow any more than they need to, so brokers need need to diversify and focus more on first time buyers, protection and other products rather than relying on remortgaging and homemover deals.”homemover mortgages remortgages Just Mortgages John Phillips mortgages Sheila Manchester Spicehaart UK Finance September 18, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Mortgage lending: the only thing certain – is uncertainty previous nextHousing MarketMortgage lending: the only thing certain – is uncertaintyThe latest UK Finance figures reveal first-time buyer and home-mover mortgages were up, while remortgages were down.Sheila Manchester18th September 20190383 Viewslast_img read more