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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  • Malaysian palm oil price edges down tracking weaker related edible oils - The Star Online October 19, 2018
    The Star OnlineMalaysian palm oil price edges down tracking weaker related edible oilsThe Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures declined on Friday, their second straight day of losses, tracking weaker related edible oils such as U.S. soyoil on the Chicago Board of Trade and palm olein on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange.
  • Vegan Butter Block Launched By Naturli' Foods - And It's Palm Oil Free - Plant Based News October 19, 2018
    Plant Based NewsVegan Butter Block Launched By Naturli' Foods - And It's Palm Oil FreePlant Based NewsPlant-based brand Naturli' Foods has launched a vegan butter block in Denmark - hinting it will be coming to the UK soon. The company, which posted details of the product on social media, asked its followers where it should […]
  • Malaysian oil palm industry highly regulated, surpasses SDG benchmark - The Edge Markets MY October 19, 2018
    The Edge Markets MYMalaysian oil palm industry highly regulated, surpasses SDG benchmarkThe Edge Markets MYBRUSSELS (Oct 19): The Malaysian oil palm industry is one of the most highly regulated and has surpassed the sustainable development goals (SDG) benchmark, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. In a speech at the second ...DPM: […]
  • Indonesia's palm oil output, exports rise in Sept - Reuters survey - Agriculture.com October 19, 2018
    Indonesia's palm oil output, exports rise in Sept - Reuters surveyAgriculture.comBy Bernadette Christina Munthe JAKARTA, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Output of palm oil from Indonesia, the world's top producer of the vegetable oil, rose in September buoyed by peak harvest season, while demand from top buyers boosted exports, according to the ...
  • Palm oil - Q&A - Excerpts from the daily press briefing (18.10.18) - France Diplomatie (press release) October 19, 2018
    Palm oil - Q&A - Excerpts from the daily press briefing (18.10.18)France Diplomatie (press release)A – The government is not combating the production of palm oil as such. It is the fight against deforestation and climate change that are our priorities: When its production fails to meet certain sustainability criteria, palm oil can lead to […]
  • Palm oil to retest resistance at RM2,262 - The Edge Markets MY October 19, 2018
    The Edge Markets MYPalm oil to retest resistance at RM2,262The Edge Markets MYSINGAPORE (Oct 19): Palm oil may stabilise around a support at RM2,219 and then retest a resistance at RM2,262 per tonne. The support and the resistance are provided by the 50% and the 76.4% projection levels of an upward wave (c) from the […]
  • Palm oil's constant war - New Straits Times Online October 19, 2018
    New Straits Times OnlinePalm oil's constant warNew Straits Times OnlineHowever, despite the fact that there is no more oil palm expansion, the crop is still blamed for deforestation. This is understandable, because palm oil is an easier target than illegal logging. Targeting palm oil creates stronger sympathy among donors ...
  • Malaysian palm oil price falls tracking weakness in related oils - The Star Online October 18, 2018
    The Star OnlineMalaysian palm oil price falls tracking weakness in related oilsThe Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Thursday, snapping two days of gains, as it tracked weaker crude oil prices and a drop in U.S. soyoil in Chicago. The benchmark palm oil contract for January delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives ...EU […]
  • Palm oil's continued march toward sustainability - Nutritional Outlook October 17, 2018
    Nutritional OutlookPalm oil's continued march toward sustainabilityNutritional OutlookPalm oil is an important commodity in a huge market that spans food and nutraceutical applications, but it is also controversial. Environmental concerns of deforestation and social concerns of human rights abuses in harvesting the crop have turned off ...
  • Is S&P Dow Jones greenwashing conflict palm oil? (commentary) - Mongabay.com October 16, 2018
    Mongabay.comIs S&P Dow Jones greenwashing conflict palm oil? (commentary)Mongabay.comIn its annual listing of sustainable companies released last month, S&P Dow Jones Indices included Golden Agri-Resources, a palm oil company financing operations in Liberia. However, reports and complaints about the company's practices are leading ...

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