High Oleic Soybean Oil Passes the Test at Purdue University

New customers seeing oil benefits could lead to increased profits for U.S. soybean farmers ST. LOUIS (July 26, 2016) – As part of a recent test of high oleic soybean oil in a Purdue University dining hall, chefs witnessed the oil’s excellent stability and other positive performance attributes in a product without trans fat. Today,

Easy to Digest

Food companies prefer easy-to-understand ingredients for food labels “If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it.” Maybe you’ve heard this simplistic clean-eating mantra. Relatively few consumers make buying choices this way, but food marketers are simplifying ingredients nonetheless. Food companies also want to provide their customers with better, more healthful products. Under a mandate from

Can Farmers Meet High Oleic Demand?

The marketplace is ready, but end users need supply After testing high oleic soybean oil in their fried and baked foods, chefs say they’re impressed with the oil’s performance. But farmers have to provide a consistent supply of the high-functioning oil before big food companies will make the leap. View the Full Issue Click here

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Practical Applications When farmers apply pesticides, they’re managing so much more than weed and insect pressure. They’re also managing their profit potential, their sustainability efforts and, to some extent, the crop-health of their neighbors. Together, all these factors give farmers a wide range of variables to consider to ensure their pesticide and herbicide applications are accurate and strike

A Well-Oiled Machine

Industry teamwork grows oil business for soybean farmers When industry leaders unite to achieve a common goal, big things happen. Take for example high oleic soybeans, on which suppliers, farmers and buyers have come together to create big opportunities for the whole industry, from farmers to consumers. View the Full Issue Click here Monsanto and

Better Together

Soy checkoff’s network of partners maximizes supply, demand and returns for U.S. soybean farmers It’s really very simple. Your soy checkoff has one mission: Maximize profit opportunities for U.S. soybean farmers. But that’s a massive undertaking – one that the checkoff can’t do alone. In order to be truly successful, collaboration with partners is vital. View

Chefs Make the Case for High Oleic Soybean Oil

Checkoff’s demand-building efforts continue to line up advocates for the innovative oil The soy checkoff supports high oleic soybeans by simultaneously building supply and demand. As part of its demand-building strategy, the checkoff educates the food industry on the benefits of high oleic soybean oil, even partnering with restaurants to test the oil in their