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Rudolf Diesel had already determined that his engines could run on edible oil. As early as 1900, a Diesel engine powered by peanut oil was shown at the world’s fair in Paris (Nitske and Wilson 1965). However, the true potential of renewable raw materials may lie not in the combustion of the oils known today but in the utilization of new species. 9). Because vegetable oils have always been used in part as a source of energy, the idea is not new. However, the demands on the oils for use in modem engines have changed compared with those for illumination purposes.
39. This is far below the desirable ratio of 1:1 (P/S = 1). , for diet margarine), the legislature will probably abandon the exclusive specification of the content of linoleic acid in the declaration of diet products and require in the future that the portion of saturated fatty acids or the P/S quotient be stated. It is doubtful that reaching the positive effects of a higher P/S ratio as stated above through increasing the supply of linoleic acid to the diet will be achieved, especially considering the rivalry between margarine and butter.
An “Agency of the Reich for milk products, oils, and fats” was established. Soon, only a standardized margarine, packed in a simple, brown, unattractive wrapper was permitted to be marketed. As a consequence, 115 out of 148 margarine plants were forced to close. It was not until 1949 that branded margarine products were again permitted to be sold. However, at about the same time, the oil milling industry was financially hard hit because it was forced to sell to the agriculture sector meal at 50% of the world market prices.