Why is organic cotton impacting not only your skin but also your food system?
Cottonseed oil is cooking oil from the seed of cotton plants. The price of cottonseed oil is lower than the other cooking oil; it is a popular frying oil for restaurants and snack-food manufacturing industries such as potato chips and cookies. Because of its flavor stability, it is using for salad oil, mayonnaise, and salad dressing.
From the information of Wikipedia, in the United States, cottonseed oil is using in Procter Gamble’s Olestra and Olein products as a type of non-digestible fat substitute used to create creamy textures and rich flavors in fried foods.