A new international study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, confirms what experts worldwide have long suspected: over the past 50 years, human diets worldwide have become more similar, with no signs of this trend waning. Read more.
This year's conference will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from September 15-18, 2014. More than 200 international customers from 41 countries attended this exciting USSEC event in the Quad Cities in 2013. Learn more about last year's event here.
With nearly all of U.S. producers participating in USDA programs, the U.S. has a comprehensive auditing and data collection system that verifies our sustainability.
A mini-documentary produced by USSEC and USB follows the partnership involved in the entire hatch-to-harvest process, including a fingerling transfer from the hatchery at Hubbs Sea World Research Institute, stocking at the Pacifico Aquaculture farm site for grow-out, harvesting, processing at Santa Monica Seafoods, and end consumption at the Sushi School of Los Angeles.
Each year, USSEC contracts the Kansas City USDA National Grain Center, formerly known as the GIPSA Technical Center, to analyze the chemical residue of 100 soybean samples. The samples represent a cross section of the U.S. soybean export crop.
U.S. soybeans and soy products are top choice around the globe. A strong distribution system, a commitment to growing the highest quality soybeans, a vow to sustainability and a strategic global marketing vision are all key reasons the world chooses U.S. soy.
Learn about the American sustainability commitment
Learn about the daily activities of U.S. soybean farmers and their contribution to the total quality experience of U.S. soy at http://ussoy.org/features/
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