High oleic soybean varieties produce oil with increased functionality, which has benefits for food and industrial users and could increase the value of all U.S. soybeans. Recognizing this potential to revolutionize the soy oil industry, the checkoff set a goal of 18 million planted acres of high oleic soybeans by 2023.
High oleic soybeans are stirring excitement in the motor oil industry, a field previously untouched by the soybean market. The soy checkoff recently funded a study that led to certification by the American Petroleum Institute
It isn’t every day that farmers in one state get excited about soybeans grown in another. But nationwide excitement continues to build around new high oleic soybean varieties, and farmers are already talking about how
Environmental Lubricants Manufacturing (ELM) keeps greasing the wheels of progress. The biobased machinery lubricants manufacturer is looking to expand the industrial market for high oleic soybean oil and use it to help U.S. soybean farmers
U.S. soybean farmers have lost food-oil demand annually since the onset of mandatory trans-fat labeling. High oleic soybeans offer U.S. farmers an opportunity to win back some of that lost market and expand into new
High oleic soybean varieties are bringing farmers and food industry professionals face to face with new options that meet customer needs. For farmers, high-yielding high oleic varieties perform in the field, but they also produce