corn oil

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oil from the germs of corn grains

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Currently all commercial corn oil is obtained from corn germ by extracting it using hexane, a hydrocarbon, or by a process that combines pressing and hexane extraction.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- This February, Fritos Original Corn Chips, simply made from three ingredients -- whole corn, corn oil and salt -- celebrates its 75th anniversary as one of America's favorite snacks.
Liquid vegetable oils, including olive, canola, soybean and corn oils, are free of trans fat.
Unfortunately, powdered Isomil, Similac, and Gerber formulas are made with coconut and corn oils, which contain little linelenic acid.
5%, compared to the 13% found in corn oils currently available.