Blends are bringing a different sheen to the cooking oil category. Consumers are looking toward healthier eating and desiring to lower cholesterol rates, but refusing to give up their favorite fried foods. These preferences all play a part in stimulating sales growth in cooking oil blends, retailers told SN. The proliferation of cooking oil blends is causing some chains to reexamine how much space they allot to the category, although most retailers said they haven't had major problems ...

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