This toolkit includes an array of simple, easy-to-use information on soyfoods. Simply cut and paste to use in your own materials and publications, whether you are writing a blog or an introduction for an article, looking for a recipe for a cooking class or website.
We bring you the science on the benefits of soy, offer delicious recipes & answer your questions.
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Soy is one of the most researched foods on Earth. The Soyfoods Association of North America has scoured the data for you, and determined what is sound science.
Older adults face many challenges in meeting their protein requirements; however, high protein foods can easily be added to each meal to help meet their protein goals.
Have a beloved recipe? Chances are soyfoods can be swapped into it to add protein and nutrients for a heart-healthy alternative to your favorite foods.
The U.S. retail soyfoods industry totaled $4.5 billion in 2013. This increase can be attributed to new soyfoods categories being introduced and new customers selecting soy for health and philosophical reasons.