Soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients, making it possible for companies to reduce the petroleum content in commercial and industrial products. The soy checkoff partners with manufacturers to commercialize new soy-based products, giving farmers and others even more opportunities to buy products that contain U.S. soy.
Checkoff-Funded Tools Help Manufacturers Meet Standards These days, a growing number of companies are making “sustainability” a major business priority. Whether it’s to make sure raw materials will be available to keep their manufacturing plants
Five significant new uses for soy developed with checkoff support In the last 10 years, industrial use of soybean oil and oil by-products in the United States, not including biodiesel, has increased from 619 million
The District of Columbia Water Authority is one of the largest water municipalities in the world, serving sites including the Washington Monument, the Capitol and the White House. After successfully running 615 vehicles on biodiesel
The American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest (ALAUM) believes good lung health begins at home, or more precisely inside the homes of all consumers. The organization says soy-based products are a great way to
More than 800 soy-based products have been developed since 1990, many with checkoff support. Last year, manufacturers added 33 more, including five best sellers that can be found in home-improvement stores and possibly even on