June 08, 2015

08/06/2015: Latest from the Soyatech Newsroom

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Research project indicates wheat DDGS could be alternative to soy protein
A four-year research project concludes that wheat DDGS is a viable alternative to imported soy protein in grower and finishing diets for pigs.

West Central Cooperative to expand Iowa soy facility
West Central Cooperative has announced the US$27 million expansion of its soy plant in Ralston, Iowa.

Bunge has begun its expansion into Western Australia with the commencement of construction of its new 200,000 ton grain storage facility at Kukerin.

PepsiCo, Walmart, among global companiesand investors seeking stronger palm oil standards 
Global food giants and investors representing US$5 trillion in assets have signed a letter to the RSPO calling for more stringent regulations regarding palm oil sustainability certification.


Don't forget to book your place at the Women In Agribusiness Summit (28-30 September) and/or the 10th Oilseed and Grain Trade Summit (30 September - 2 October) at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.
       

 

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