What is Margarine?

Margarine is used as a substitute for butter. It’s typically made from vegetable oils, such as soybean, canola, or sunflower oil. The oils then are processed to solidify them into a spreadable form.

Margarine contains emulsifiers that help stabilize mixtures of water and oil in various food applications.

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Margarine Distributor & Supplier Information

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Information About Margarine

Margarine is used in baked goods like cookies, cakes, spreads, sauces, and some frozen and RTE meals.

Margarine, with its blend of vegetable oils and emulsifiers, contributes to the texture, moisture, and flavor of food and beverage products.

Appearance: Pale yellow

Taste: Neutral to mildly butter-like

Texture: Smooth and spreadable, similar to softened butter

Oil Types: Typically a blend of soybean, sunflower, corn, canola or palm.

Fat Content: Variable, typically 60%-80% fat, reduced fat options available

About AIFI - A Margarine Supplier & Distributor

American International Foods, Inc. is a leading margarine supplier with an additional full service portfolio of over 2500 food and beverage ingredients. We offer one of the most extensive lines of oils distributed to manufacturers and processors in the food, beverage, pet food, health and nutrition sectors. With a strategic nationwide warehouse network and our reliable just-in-time deliveries, we can supply your business with high quality oils at competitive prices.