I've been browsing the healthy fats available in my area and I've ran into this brand of "dende oil", which seems to be palm oil after running that through google. It also has the distinct reddish look and solidifies in the fridge...
The nutrition facts state its fat content per 13ml as 12.2g unsaturated fats (labels don't specify mono or poly here), and 0.8g of saturated fats. This would be roughly 93% unsaturated and 7% saturated.
Unless fat breakdown is measured in a different matter, this would mean it's 7% SFA and 93% "UFA" right?
I'm just wondering because palm oil is supposed to be about 50% saturated from what I've found online and I'm trying to figure out whether the product is safe. If not I'm stuck with olive + animal fats.
EDIT: the brand is CEPERA in case somebody knows it.