Africa
Food

USSEC’s Middle East/North Africa Dairy Nutrition Conference Delivers Industry Value

Mousa WakilehMay 27, 2022

[caption id="attachment_9516" align="alignright" width="300"] Pictured left to right: Mousa Wakileh, USSEC Regional Consultant Dennis Fujan, Nebraska Soybean Farmer and ASA Director John Kemp, Herd Manager,…

Energy

U.S. Soy: A Critical Ingredient to Global Food, Energy Needs

Jen Del CarmenMay 11, 2022

Mac Marshall, vice president of market intelligence for the United Soybean Board and the U.S. Soybean Export Council, recently sat down with Forbes contributor Phil…

Demand

What’s Not in the Ground But Already Sold?

Julie DeeringMay 2, 2022

U.S. Soy! International buyers are stepping ahead of weather, logistics, and price — increasing demand for U.S. Soy with record new crop commitments on the…

Animal Feed

Nigeria Now: Pursuit of Nutrition Security enabled by Collaboration

Julie DeeringFeb 7, 2022

With a population of 211 million people, Nigeria is the seventh most populous country and forecast to jump to third in less than 30 years.…

Composition

Soyfoods are Integral to Top Food Trends

Linda FunkSep 21, 2021

Twists and turns in global food and shopping trends have revealed shifts that may benefit the demand for U.S.-grown soy. Soyfoods retain their multifaceted appeal…

Consumer Goods

Future Soy Consumers: What’s on Their Minds?

Linda FunkAug 9, 2021

Will the priorities of today’s young adult consumers have a positive impact on the demand for U.S.-grown soy? Think about it. Millennials are concerned about…