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Kamani Oil Launches Range of Trans Free Products

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Kamani Oil Industries, one of the leading manufacturers of speciality oils and fats has  launched a range of trans free bakery products for HoReCa segment. The range offers Pufflite, Cakelite, K-Lite, TasteePuff, Kpuff, Kcookiez, Kmeethaplus and Kompleteplus.

The company claims that range can withstand high ambient temperature and is characterised by excellent plasticity. The products can be used for all types of bakery applications including, cheese sticks, croissants, biscuits, cookies, doughnuts, butter cream and cream based biscuits.
The brand ensures that the manufacturing processes of this range is environment-friendly. Commenting on the same, Prakash Chawla, Director, Kamani Oil Industries says, “At Kamani Oil Industries, we not only focus on developing healthy oils and fats, but also on developing the products sustainably. We are glad to be able to contribute to a greener and healthier tomorrow.”

Kamani Oil started operations in 1962, and was the first vegetable oil processor to be a member of Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and they are also a member of SEDEX.

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