[Sca-cooks] PAM stuff stripping off the seasoning on iron ware?

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Wed Mar 19 13:28:39 PDT 2008

Yes I do actually know all about that topic. The University of Illinois
is located in Urbana-Champaign and in Champaign there is the Kraft plant
that in fact made hydrogenated soybean oils.
The plant was strategically located in Champaign, Illinois and has grown 
to be the largest (square footage) food manufacturing facility in North 
America with over 34 acres or 1,600,000 sq ft under roof. The Champaign 
facility produces process cheese; pasta based dinners such as Mac Cheese 
and a variety of salad dressings, as well as Miracle Whip and 
Mayonnaise. The Champaign facility also houses Kraft's largest private 
fleet of trucks with 44 tractors and 120 trailers. To support our 
commitment to minimize impact to the environment, an 18,200 sq ft 
recycling center was completed in 1991.

Would you like a list of sources that you can look up at a university 
on the topic? If you just want to search under kraft  hydrogenated oils, 
you can read
about all the lawsuits.


Dragon wrote:
> Johnna wrote:
>> Then there is the push to eliminate trans fats and cholesterol.
> ---------------- End original message. ---------------------
> You do know that trans fats are not a naturally occurring type of fat?
> Dragon

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