High Oleic Soybean Oil

High Oleic Soybean Oil – Indiana Grown. Indiana Made. Indiana Benefits

High oleic soybean oil is one of the latest innovations spearheaded by the soybean farmer-funded checkoff organizations, which invest in research to develop soybean varieties that offer improved functional and nutritional characteristics for both oil and protein.

Indiana farmers are the leaders in growing high-oleic soybeans sustainability, yielding nearly 500,000 acres of this special bean in 2022.

Oil made from these soybeans extends a products’ shelf life, offers a longer fry life than any edible oil, and features an improved fat-profile deeming it a heart healthy oil according to the American Heart Association.  Learn more about process of making soybean oil.


Improved Fat Profile - High Oleic Soybean Oil

Improved fat profile:

High oleic soybean oil contains no trans-fat, lower saturated fat and three times the amount of beneficial monounsaturated fatty acids, compared to many conventional vegetable oils, which benefits heart health when consumed in moderation.

High Oleic Soybean Oil - Heart Healthy

Heart healthy

The FDA authorized the use of a qualified health claim for oils high in oleic acid, including high oleic soybean oil, and their relationship to a reduced risk of coronary heart disease when replacing oils higher in saturated fats.

American Heart Association

Growing Sustainably - High Oleic Soybean Oil

Growing Sustainably

Indiana soybean growers are committed to being stewards of the land and employ a variety of sustainable practices to reduce their overall land use, soil erosion, energy use and total greenhouse gas emissions, and improve water use efficiency and quality. Learn more about the farmers that grow soybeans at the video below.

Those who have tried it, love it!  Who’s using high oleic soybean oil?

  • Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis is using the oil in their concessions
  • Fair Oaks Farms is using the oil in their Farmhouse Restaurant
  • Purdue University is using the oil in their student dining services
  • Several Indiana State Fair food vendors including Uricks Catering, the Dairy Bar, and the Fish Hut
  • Several restaurants around central Indiana including Muldoon’s in Carmel, Rosie’s Place in Noblesville and Carmel, and Woody’s Library in Carmel.
  • You can also find high oleic oil in some of your favorite products like Pringles©, NutriGrain Bars©, and Nestle© Products to name a few.

To find out more about using and purchasing high oleic soybean oil, visit https://food.ussoy.org/

To learn more about growing high oleic soybeans on your farm and earning up to $2 premiums, click here (link to our www.indianasoybean.com/premiums