Focused on Food-Grade
Non-GMO, food-grade varieties make up 25% of Canada’s production – a much higher proportion than in any other major soybean-exporting country.
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1 % of dry matter basis. To convert from composition on a dry matter basis to composition at 13% moisture, multiply the value by 0.87
2 stachyose and raffinose
3 includes all soluble sugars
4 includes soluble and non-soluble sugars
5 the sum of genistein, daidzein and glycitein aglycone equivalents
6 parts per million (equivalent to mg/kg or µg/g)
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