B-well Canola Oil has gone pink with their year-end labels – well beyond breast cancer awareness month (October) – to stress the importance of regular all year round breast examination.
For additional awareness, B-well Canola Oil partnered with Radio Tygerberg in providing many women free enhanced clinical breast examinations using the SureTouch device, during a two-day health campaign in Cape Town.
B-well Canola Oil, a product of Southern Oil (SOILL), supports Cansa’s Balanced Lifestyle Campaign and donated a R250 000 SureTouch machine to Cansa, which is used in mobile health units and some Cansa Care Centres to carry out pre-breast screening prior to referral of patients for mammography if needed.
Cansa approved B-well Canola Oil as a Cansa Smart Choice, based on its low saturated fat, high Omega-3 content and favourable 2:1 Omega 6:3 ratio – all factors considered by research to reduce the risk of cancer.
Southern Oil is the only local producer of Canola Oil in South Africa, involved from the procurement of seed for the farmers, to bottling the end product. Only the finest local canola is used in the production of B-well Canola Oil.
Southern Oil believes in providing South African consumers with a local culinary oil of the highest quality and through our B-well range of products we contribute to healthier, balanced consumer lifestyles
For more info contact Juan van Schalkwyk, SOILL Marketing Manager on 028 514 3441or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Southern Oil (Pty) Ltd (SOILL)
SOILL opened its doors in 1996 as an ‘Enterprise Development Project’ aimed at providing farmers with an alternate income stream and work for the local community. Still today, SOILL procures 100% of the South African canola crop and utilises only locally grown canola seed in the production of B-well Canola Oil products. SOILL’s modern extraction plant and substantial oil refinery are located in the picturesque town of Swellendam in the Western Cape. http://www.soill.co.za & http://www.bwelloil.co.za
Cansa offers a unique integrated service to the public and all people affected by cancer. As a leading role-player in cancer research (more than R6 million spent annually), the scientific findings and knowledge gained from our research are used to realign our health programmes as well as strengthen our watchdog role to the greater benefit of the public. Our wide-reaching health programme comprises prevention and education campaigns; over 30 Cansa Care Centres that offer stoma support and lymphoedema management; medical equipment hire; a toll-free line and support to those affected by cancer; patient care and support in the form of 12 Cansa Care Homes in the main metropolitan areas for out-of-town cancer patients plus one hospitium based in Polokwane, as well as Cansa-TLC lodging for parents and guardians of children undergoing cancer treatment.