Soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients, making it possible for companies to reduce the petroleum content in commercial and industrial products. In 2012, the soy checkoff partnered with manufacturers to help commercialize 45 new soy-based products, giving farmers and others even more opportunities to buy products that contain U.S. soy.
It’s opening day in Major League Baseball, but it’s the field at the University of Michigan that recently got a big-league upgrade, thanks to an innovation delivered by America’s farmers. The field at Michigan’s Wilpon
Soy helps three companies reduce their use of formaldehyde in engineered-wood products New rules proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are giving researchers and manufacturers an even greater incentive to think soy by setting
In an effort to grow demand for U.S. soybeans, the soy checkoff partnered with Sherwin-Williams to develop paints made from soybean oil and recycled plastic bottles. The paints won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2011
The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking spots. Fortunately Goodyear is managing to stay on track with its plan to replace petroleum-based oil with soybean oil in tires – a process driven
Everyone knows the stone age didn’t end because they ran out of stones. Innovation happens when people look at their surroundings in new ways. The checkoff helps manufacturers innovate with U.S. soy by supporting research