Friday, April 29, 2005

Oilseed Rape

The rural landscape in the United Kingdom is now a patchwork quilt of yellow fields of oilseed rape, the fourth most widely grown crop in the United Kingdom.

98% of oilseed rape is grown for the production of food grade oil, while the pulp is used in animal feed.

The oil is commonly used for margarines and vegetable oils and derivatives are used throughout the range of cosmetic and detergent products.

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