Ahold Canola Oil Cooking Spray



Shake well before using point arrow toward dot on rim. Canola oil cooking spray is an ideal way to pan-fry, bake, roast or microwave cook without the need for additional shortening, butter or margarine. Directions: 1. Shake can and align arrow on button with dot on rim. 2. Hold can upright about 10" from surface to be sprayed and away from heat source, sparks or flame. 3. Spray a light coating over entire area to be used. Do not overspray. 4. For best results, heat pan before adding food. Avoid excessive heat and do not refrigerate can. Note: Can sprays best at room temperature (68 degrees - 75 degrees F).



Ahold™ Canola Oil Cooking Spray. Made With 100% Canola Oil. Amount and % Daily Value per serving. Calories 0. Fat 0g, 0%. No-Stick Spray. For Fat Free Cooking. Steel. Net wt 6 oz (170g).

Other Description

Not A Calorie Free, Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free Food. No CFCs. Contains No CFCs Which Deplete The Ozone Layer. 1-877-846-9949. Quality guaranteed or your money back. ©2011 Ahold Licensing, SArl.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 0.25 sec

Servings per Container: 565

Energy 0
Total Fat 0 g
Saturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 0 mg
Carbohydrates 0 g
Protein 0 g


Canola Oil**, Soy Lecithin, Dimethyl Silicone (for Anti-Foaming), Propellant. **Adds a trivial amount of Fat.


Caution: flammable spray.
Contents under pressure, read back panel carefully.
Best if use by date stamped on bottom of can.
Contains: soy. May contain: milk, wheat.
Do not spray or store near heat or open flame. Never spray directly into oven. Remove broiler pan from oven before spraying. Never leave can on stove or near source of heat. Can may explode if heated. Avoid spraying in eyes. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate. Do not store at temperature above 120 degrees F. Keep out of reach of children. Use in adequate ventilation. Use only as directed. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. For more education about product abuse, contact Alliance for Consumer Education at www.inhalant.org.