Welcome to Western Pacific Foods

Western Pacific Foods is one of North America’s leading trans fat free oils suppliers. We supply a range of products through our partnerships with premier food service distributors as well as customized orders for large end users. Our vast product line includes healthy and natural alternative solutions for the baking and commodity industries. We supply a range of shortenings & flakes, margarines, coconut oils, vegetable frying oils and bakery ingredients. 

Over the years, we have developed synergies in product testing, logistical support and most importantly quality control, ensuring every product that leaves our facility meets the high standards set forth by our company. Western Pacific Foods strives to deliver uncompromised quality, unmatchable service and excellent price-value for all our customers.

Products & Services

  • Edible Oils

    For baking, frying, and any cooking applications in between, we offer an assortment of affordable, trans-fat free products that are produced with the highest of standards and created with the consumer in mind. We find trans-fat free solutions that maintain any recipe’s taste and texture for our customers.

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  • Plantation heavyweights rebound as palm oil's decline finds support - The Edge Markets MY June 21, 2018
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  • Malaysian palm oil price charts 3rd day of losses, still trading at 2-year lows - The Star Online June 20, 2018
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  • Bearish palm oil market to last until 2021 - IEG Vu June 20, 2018
    IEG VuBearish palm oil market to last until 2021IEG VuThe current low-price environment in palm oil could last until 2021, after which production in the world's top producers Indonesia and Malaysia is forecast to decline, analyst Rabobank said in a report. Already a subscriber? Please sign in below to ...
  • Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Wednesday June 20 - The Star Online June 20, 2018
    The Star OnlineMalaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Wednesday June 20The Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Wednesday July 20. FUNDAMENTALS. * Malaysian palm oil futures slumped as much as 3 percent on Tuesday evening to their ...Palm oil slumpsDAWN.comVegoils: Palm […]
  • Palm oil: The carbon cost of deforestation -- ScienceDaily - Science Daily June 19, 2018
    Science DailyPalm oil: The carbon cost of deforestation -- ScienceDailyScience DailyPalm oil has become part of our daily lives, but a recent study serves as a reminder that intensive farming of this crop has a major impact on the environment.Negative environmental impact of palm oil plantations shown in Swiss studyXinhuaGlobal palm oil output likely to […]
  • When Rainforest is Cleared for Palm Oil, a Jet Liner of Carbon is Produced - Inverse June 19, 2018
    InverseWhen Rainforest is Cleared for Palm Oil, a Jet Liner of Carbon is ProducedInverseWhen rainforests are replaced with palm oil plantations, the clearing of one hectare (2.471 acres) of forest equates to the production of 174 tons of carbon, according to a study published Tuesday in Nature Climate Change. Much of that carbon is ...and […]
  • Palm oil: The carbon cost of deforestation - EurekAlert (press release) June 19, 2018
    EurekAlert (press release)Palm oil: The carbon cost of deforestationEurekAlert (press release)Indonesia and Malaysia together account for nearly 85% of global palm oil production. This oil is commonly used in processed foods, cosmetics and biofuels, and while it is inexpensive, the environmental and social costs are high. Each year, thousands ...

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