U.S. Soy Continues to be Reliable Supplier for Japan’s Soybean Needs
- General News
Four U.S. Soy grower leaders will travel to Tokyo, Japan to take part in the 23rd Annual U.S. Partnership Team from August 20 to 25.
American Soybean Association (ASA) directors Sam Butler and Wade Cowan, along with United Soybean Board (USB) directors Walter Godwin and Keith Tapp, will be part of a U.S. soy delegation visiting Japan to exchange information with the Japanese crushing and importing industry regarding issues impacting the profitability of their respective industries.
The U.S. Soy industry has a 62-year partnership with Japan and is strongly dedicated to investing in programs and activities in that country.