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90% of canola crops grown in the United States are genetically modified (GMO). Proponents state canola crops are genetically modified to increase plant tolerance to herbicides and improve oil quality.  Canola crops are also used to create canola meal, which is often made into animal feed. Canola oil can also be used with plasticizers to make items like tires or as a fuel alternative to diesel. How is Canola Oil Made?The manufacturing process of canola oil is long, complex, and involves synthetic chemicals. Seed CleaningFirst, the seeds
are separated and cleaned. Seed ConditioningThe seeds are pre-heated to around 95℉ and ‘flaked’ inside roller mills to rupture the seed’s cell wall. Blooming canola flowersSeed CookingManufacturers use steam-heated cookers for cooking the seeds, typically for around 15-20 minutes at 176-221℉. PressingManufacturers use a series of expellers or screw presses to press the cooked canola seeds, which removes around 50-60% of the oil. Solvent ExtractionThe remaining seeds contain around 20% oil. Manufacturers use a chemical called hexane to break down the seeds and extract the remainder of the oil.