USSEC Promotes Value-added Soybeans in Korea
- General News
USSEC recently presented new business opportunities on value-added soybean varieties that will soon be commercialized in the United States. Kim Nill, USSEC technical issues director, spoke with the research and development and business planning departments at Korea’s two soybean processing companies about how these new varieties will allow companies to market new food, feed and biolubricant products.
Nill also presented at a joint meeting of the Korea Nutrition Society and International Union of Nutritional Sciences with delegates attending from thirteen Asian and Pacific countries. He explained how value-added soybeans will reduce major malnutrition problems in those countries.