JAIRO AMEZQUITO, USSEC Project Manager of Aquaculture Utilization for the Americas Region

Jen Del CarmenFeb 1, 2018

Jairo Amezquito talks about the size and strength of the aquaculture markets in Ecuador and…


North Dakota Soybean Farmers Meet Growing Demand for Soy Food and Milk

Dady MaskarAug 14, 2018

Bob Sinner of S&B Foods discusses how North Dakota producers provide soybean products to satisfy global demands for healthful soy foods and milks for growing populations.…


Indonesia’s Growing Appetite for U.S. Soy

Dady MaskarAug 13, 2018

The United States exported 2.5 million tons of soybeans to Indonesia last year, almost exclusively for human consumption. The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) spoke with…

Animal Feed

What Is Nutrient Density and Why Is It Important?

Jayne GodfreyAug 12, 2018

U.S. Soy Works to Find Added Value Inside the Bean Animal nutrition is a precise science that allows for the most efficient and cost-effective way…


High Blood Pressure? Soyfoods May be a Good Fit

Sandra AllonenAug 7, 2018

Are soyfoods a good fit for people with high blood pressure? Absolutely. Low sodium soy products such as unsalted edamame, roasted (unsalted) soy nuts, soy…


Soy foods Hypotensive? Examining the Clinical Evidence

Mark Messina, Ph.D.Aug 1, 2018

High blood pressure (BP) is an  important risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) worldwide.1,2Current guidelines classify adults with an average systolic blood pressure (SBP) of…


Soybean Components Make Soy Foods Enticing When it Comes to Good Health

Mark Messina, Ph.D.Jul 6, 2018

The dramatic rise in soy research beginning in the early 1990s can be attributed primarily to the new interest in isoflavones. This interest is directly…