Soybeans provide many sources of sustenance. The meal serves as a nutritious alternative for protein in diets, and the food industry utilizes the oil in a variety of ways, including as an ingredient in salad dressings and margarines or for baking and frying. Soy oil is one of the leading vegetable oils used worldwide.
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 is the centerpiece of many cultures around the world. In Indonesia, that centerpiece is a product made primarily from U.S. soybeans called tempeh, a highly nutritional fermented food. A soy checkoff-funded program is working
Food companies are responding to consumer demands Sustainability has become a prolific word in recent years for the public and agriculture alike. But for farmers, sustainability has been a wordless concept that’s driven their operations
Grabbing a quick bite between classes can be a respite from a busy college student’s day but for Alpha Zeta, Penn State’s honorary ag fraternity, lunch isn’t just a time to fuel up for the
Soy-checkoff farmer-leader helps to separate soy food myths from fact It won’t take you seven years to digest a piece of gum. Swallowing a watermelon seed won’t make a plant grow in your stomach. And,