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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  • Indonesia's palm oil policy points way for Nigeria - BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog) May 20, 2018
    BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog)Indonesia's palm oil policy points way for NigeriaBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog)Indonesia is world's largest palm oil producer and exporter by a mile today. The Southeast Asian country produces 36 million metric tonnes (MT) of palm oil annually, followed by Malaysia, with 21 million MT. The third and fourth are Thailand, […]
  • France gives green light to palm oil despite European Parliament's ban - EURACTIV May 18, 2018
    EURACTIVFrance gives green light to palm oil despite European Parliament's banEURACTIVWhile the European Parliament has decided to ban palm oil imports by 2021, France recently gave the go-ahead for a biorefinery owned by Total, a move that prompted considerable criticism. EURACTIV.fr reports. The French Minister for Ecological ...
  • New palm oil processing methods promise zero waste - The Engineer May 18, 2018
    The EngineerNew palm oil processing methods promise zero wasteThe EngineerMalaysia is the world's second-largest producer of palm oil, which is used in countless household products and foodstuffs. The country's 400 odd mills produce massive amounts of waste including kernels and husks from pressed fruits, discarded branches ...and more »
  • Zero-waste palm oil industry on the horizon with new technology - Phys.Org May 17, 2018
    Zero-waste palm oil industry on the horizon with new technologyPhys.OrgMalaysia is the second-largest crude palm oil producer in the world and fulfils nearly half of all demand for the oil, which is now used in a huge variety of foodstuffs and household products. Some 400 mills each produce huge amounts of waste ...
  • UPDATE 1-France allows Total's La Mede refinery to partly run on palm oil - Agriculture.com May 16, 2018
    UPDATE 1-France allows Total's La Mede refinery to partly run on palm oilAgriculture.comFrance caps use of crude palm oil in La Mede refinery. * Says at least 25 percent should come from recycled oil. * Total commits to lower volumes than France requested. * French farmers condemn French move to allow palm oil (Recasts with […]
  • The Chain: Hayel Saeed Anam Group Sells Deforestation-Linked Palm Oil Into Corporate Supply Chains - Seeking Alpha May 14, 2018
    The Chain: Hayel Saeed Anam Group Sells Deforestation-Linked Palm Oil Into Corporate Supply ChainsSeeking AlphaIn 2017, Chain Reaction Research analysis showed that 74 percent of SE Asia's palm oil refining capacity was covered by No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation (NDPE) policies. However, this 74 percent does not include Hayel Saeed Anam Group ...
  • India Palm Oil Imports Seen Falling as Higher Duties Curb Demand - Bloomberg May 14, 2018
    BloombergIndia Palm Oil Imports Seen Falling as Higher Duties Curb DemandBloombergLower imports by India may drag down palm oil prices, which have fallen in five out of six months through April. Benchmark futures in Malaysia have lost 4.9 percent so far this year on expectations of higher production and after India increased import ...
  • Debate follows British supermarket chain's decision to ban palm oil - eco-business.com May 14, 2018
    eco-business.comDebate follows British supermarket chain's decision to ban palm oileco-business.comThe uproar over Iceland Foods' decision to ban palm oil from its own-label products has been loud and swift. While many applaud the move as a bold stance against deforestation and land grabbing by plantation companies, others — including some ...
  • Palm oil producers are wiping out orangutans – despite multinationals' promises - The Guardian May 10, 2018
    The GuardianPalm oil producers are wiping out orangutans – despite multinationals' promisesThe GuardianGlobal demand for palm oil has increased six-fold since 1990. It's in half of all packaged products on supermarket shelves and to avoid it completely would be incredibly tricky. Although palm oil in food can no longer be described simply as vegetable ...Debate […]
  • What you need to know about palm oil - Mother Nature Network (blog) May 8, 2018
    Mother Nature Network (blog)What you need to know about palm oilMother Nature Network (blog)In the 20 years between 1995 and 2015, global production of palm oil increased from 15.2 million tons to 62.6 million tons, according to the European Palm Oil Alliance. There's more palm oil produced today than any other vegetable oil in the […]

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