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USSEC: Soybeans Help Poor Countries Develop Diets and Technologies

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USSEC: Soybeans Help Poor Countries Develop Diets and Technologies

Board members of the US Soybean Export Council (USSEC) state that low-income countries are using US soybeans to improve their humanitarian needs.

Lance Rezac directs Brownfield USSEC to partner with the World Soybean Human Health Institute (WISHH) to promote soybeans in the United States and improve living standards. “They came in and had a fruit or something, and then I heard they would add soy protein to it, and then just add soy protein to the fruit to meet their protein needs. It’s really easy, “he says.

Kansas producer Rezac says that in many countries it is first necessary to use fruits and vegetables that contain soy protein before raising animals.

Rezac says he supported the project in Pakistan and Bangladesh. “They currently have state-of-the-art crushing plants. We are helping them grow aquaculture and poultry,” says Rezac. “Pakistan is a little more advanced than them. In Pakistan, the poultry industry has all been switched to the latest technology, allowing us to keep twice as large birds in half the time we feed US soybeans. increase.”

According to the USSEC, both countries are importing over 1 million tonnes of soybeans, and the expansion project will require more feed stock, so it is at a pace of further crushing.

He spoke to the Brownfield during the 2021 Kansas Soy Expo



USSEC: Soybeans Help Poor Countries Develop Diets and Technologies

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