Feedstocks are important to biodiesel production, but perhaps not as much as you thought. Learn more about how feedstock flexibility can benefit you.

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Some people argue that soybean oil is the best feedstock for biodiesel. The truth, however, is that there is no “best.” Instead, skilled producers can make high-quality biodiesel from a variety of feedstocks.

Why does this matter to retailers? A feedstock flexible approach carries many benefits for them and their customers:

  • Increased predictability in pricing and availability
  • Capturing the best properties of different feedstocks, improving the end product
  • Helping to produce a fuel with lower carbon intensity

Learn more about feedstock flexibility and how it can be a difference-maker for your business in this free white paper, Feedstock Flexibility —The Key to Delivering Reliable Biodiesel.