In many countries, people are buying cheaper fish oil to save on food costs.
But in the United Kingdom and other European Union countries, a major food-supply chain is now using toasted sesssins, a cheaper alternative to toasted coconut oil, as an alternative to coconut oil.
The new toasted oil is being sold in the US, UK and Ireland.
The Food and Drink Federation of the UK has called for consumers to switch to the toasted version of coconut oil to lower costs.
The UK is also facing a major shortage of toasted vegetable oils due to a lack of supply.
The Food and Wine Federation of Ireland said the new toasts were cheaper than regular coconut oil because of the quality and quantity of toasts available in supermarkets.
The organisation said consumers should use regular coconut or palm oil.
Food and drink group CEO Tom Walsh said consumers could save up to 30 percent on the cost of buying their food in one of the EU countries.
“There is a lot of debate about the nutritional value of foods and how much it is worth for them to consume them.
That’s why we’re calling on consumers to use a cheaper coconut or toasted palm oil, which can be used in a range of dishes,” he said.
In Australia, a number of Australian supermarkets have started selling toasted, cheaper coconut oil on the shelves.
The Australian Food and Supplier Council said consumers in Australia could save between $3.60 and $4.70 a year if they used toasted olive oil in their cooking oil.
In a statement, the council said the oil cost about $2 a litre.
In the US and the UK, there are also toasted versions of coconut or coconut oil available.
In Ireland, a company called Saver is selling toasters, or toasts, as well as a range a different toasted type of coconut.
A Saver spokesperson said the product was designed to make food more nutritious by using the right amounts of coconut and palm oil and toasting sesame seeds to give the product a unique taste.
It said the toasts can be made in any number of ways and are “highly refined”.
The toasters cost about 25 cents a litter, compared with about $1.50 a lit, and the cost per litre is about the same for both products.
Saver is also selling a range toasters made from the toaster’s own stock.
The company said the price was about half of the cost for regular coconut toasters and that the toasters are also made in Ireland.