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Bunge Loders Croklaan launches low 3-MCPDE level palm oil portfolio

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Core Tip: Ahead of European legislation, producer of premium quality vegetable oils and fats Bunge Loders Croklaan, can now offer its entire palm oil food portfolio with low 3-MCPDE levels, in addition to its already available low Glycidyl Esters (GE) portfolio.
 Ahead of European legislation, producer of premium quality vegetable oils and fats Bunge Loders Croklaan, can now offer its entire palm oil food portfolio with low 3-MCPDE levels, in addition to its already available low Glycidyl Esters (GE) portfolio.
 
The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA’s) published Scientific Opinion points to concerns with regards to the presence of some substances (3-MCPD Esters (3-MCPDE) and Glycidyl Esters (GE)) found in refined vegetable oils and fats. The European Union (EU) Regulation of 2018/290 limit of <1 ppm for GE took effect in March 2018. The discussions on how to translate the new 3-MCPDE tolerable daily intake (TDI) to limits for vegetable oils and fats and food products are ongoing. The exact timing for an EU regulation on limits for 3-MCPDE remains unclear.
 
“Ahead of European regulation on 3-MCPDE, Bunge Loders Croklaan’s European refineries have been supplying fully mitigated palm oil and palm derivatives on a large scale,” says Holger Riemensperger, European Vice President, Bunge Loders Croklaan. “We can deliver our entire food portfolio not only with low GE levels (<1 ppm) but also with low 3-MCPDE levels (<2 ppm). These levels are in line with the discussion paper developed by The European Commission in June 2016.” 
 
“Top quality products and processes are our main drivers. That is why we have conducted extensive research to find effective ways of reducing the levels of these substances without undermining other quality and safety specifications,” Riemensperger continues. “Having control over our supply chain – from plantation to refinery – and state-of-the-art refining capacity enables us to develop effective mitigation technologies.”

Riemensperger explains: “Bunge Loders Croklaan is a global leader and world-class innovator, with the industry’s broadest range of plant-based oil and fat ingredients, along with integrated, scalable, and increasingly sustainable supply chains that enable our customers to grow confidently alongside top trends in bakery, confectionery, culinary, nutrition and more.”
 
“Bunge Loders Croklaan has a comprehensive product offering derived from both seed and tropical oils. This complete seed and tropical oil portfolio, expanded global footprint and deep technical application expertise positions Bunge Loders Croklaan to be a full-service partner uniquely able to help our customers innovate and grow for the future,” he notes. 
 
“The oils and fats business is a healthy growing industry,” Riemensperger adds. 
 
Bunge Loders Croklaan is committed to continuing its mitigation efforts and deliver even lower levels. It will take every step necessary to ensure its products meet the latest food safety and quality standards, legislation and industry requirements, according to the company. 
 
To support its customers, Bunge Loders Croklaan has also developed the Care Free Index. This tool calculates the recommended portion intake for the fat or oil type applied in recipes.




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