Consumer tool to trace alternative vegetable oils in food products
Due to the war in Ukraine, Unilever, along with many other companies, is changing some of the vegetable oils it uses in certain foods. In some products we have replaced oils such as sunflower, with alternative vegetable oils, such as rapeseed.
Our priority is to provide consumers with products that are safe, and we can confirm that the changes in vegetable oil do not pose any safety or allergen risk.
We are working hard to update the ingredient lists on our packaging, however given the exceptional circumstances, the ingredient lists will not reflect this change for a period of time. This is a temporary situation until new packaging materials are ready.
To ensure full transparency in the meantime, we have created the below tool which allows you to easily identify the alternative oil in your product. Some products also show a reference to the type of oil used. The reference appears after the ‘best before date’ on the packaging, with abbreviations as follows: S = sunflower oil; R = rapeseed oil; and B = soybean oil. If you do not find your product in the tool, then there are no changes to its ingredients.
If no products are found, no alternative oil is used. Type of oil is specified in the ingredient list. Alternatively View list of changes (Opens in a new window) .
Please always check the exact product name and LOT code to get the latest information. While we have made every attempt to ensure the information on this site is up to date and adequate, Unilever is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information on this site is provided ‘as is’.