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Trade

U.S. Soy in the Americas:Partners Across the Region Join to Celebrate Growing Trade and Shared Values

Moises Huerta|Oct 20, 2022

The 2022 Americas U.S. Agricultural Cooperators Conference, held in Lima, Peru, on September 7-8, marked another successful year for the United States Soybean Export Council…

Energy

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

Jen Del Carmen|May 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…

Trade

What’s Not in the Ground But Already Sold?

Julie Deering|May 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…

Composition

Soyfoods are Integral to Top Food Trends

Linda Funk|Sep 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…

Sustainability

Sustainable U.S. Soy Takes Off in the Americas Region

Luis Bustamante|Nov 22, 2021

Today, many people look to live in a way that helps the environment and works for a better future. Food selection is one of the…

Around the World

Market Intelligence Monthly:May 2021

Mac Marshall|Jun 11, 2021

Planting is in the home stretch as the country as a whole got off to a quick start getting U.S. soybeans in the ground –…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2021:Planting Delays in Illinois

Daryl Cates|May 26, 2021

After a good start to planting, rains at the end of April and the beginning of May interrupted us and kept us out of the…

Quality

Quality U.S. Soyfood Beans:Planting Food-Grade Soybeans in Ohio

Jeff Magyar|May 17, 2021

U.S. Soy produces high-quality soybeans for our customers. That includes the more than 4 million metric tons, or 148 million bushels, of food-grade soybeans the…

Around the World

Market Intelligence Monthly:April 2021

Mac Marshall|May 10, 2021

With old crop beans reaching $15/bushel and new crop beans crossing $13/bushel in April, there’s a lot of reason for excitement as planting rolls along…

Around the World

Markets with Mac:April 2021

Mac Marshall|May 10, 2021

In the first Markets with Mac, Vice President of Market Intelligence for the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and the United Soybean Board (USB) Mac…