Soybean – a protein rich history Soybean – a protein rich history

Soybean – a protein rich history

Soybean is native to East Asia and has become an increasingly popular source of protein throughout the world.

This legume species is used in the production of unfermented food uses, including soya milk and tofu, and fermented foods like soya sauce and bean paste.

Soybeans contain significant amounts of phytic acid, dietary minerals and vitamin. Soybean Meal is the most important protein source for animal feed.

ETG’s Soybean footprint

ETG has grown to be the largest Non GMO originator of Soybeans in Africa, and distributes an annual tonnage exceeding 500 000mt.

The group offers various origins and varieties.

Non GMO Origins

  • Zambia
  • Malawi
  • Mozambique
  • Tanzania
  • Zimbabwe
  • Uganda
  • Togo
  • Benin
  • Nigeria
  • Bukino Faso
  • Ethiopia

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