Rapeseed (Canola) oil, derived from the Canola or Rapeseed crop, is also known as Canola oil. Its name originates from a Latin word for turnip and it is related to cabbage and mustard. Canola oil comes from specific varieties of this plant. The term “Canola” was coined in Canada, representing “Canadian oil, low acid.” There is no distinct “Canola plant” that produces “Canola oil”; it is simply a trade name for low-erucic acid rapeseed oil. Canola oil is widely used for cooking, baking, and in food processing, while Canola meal serves as animal feed, pet food, and fertilizer.
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