You can find soyfoods in almost any grocery store. You may find a wider variety of soyfoods at certain grocery stores, but all stores will have the essentials.
- Near the produce section: Tofu, tempeh and soy-based meat alternatives, miso and fresh edamame when it’s in season
- Frozen food aisle: Veggie burgers, soy-based crumbles and other meat alternatives, vegetarian cuisine, edamame both in and out of the pods, and soy frozen desserts
- Refrigerated dairy section: Soymilk, soy cheese, soy yogurt, soy whip and soy-based creamers
- Shelf-stable soymilk (non-refrigerated) can also be found in one of the middle aisles of the store
- Snack aisle: Soy nutrition bars, soy butter, dried or roasted soy nuts and edamame, and soy crisps
- Breakfast or cereal aisle: Protein-based cereals
- Baking aisle: Soy flour and textured vegetable protein (TVP)
- Canned goods: Canned whole soybeans, dried soybeans, canned vegetarian meat alternatives
Soyfoods can play a part in any healthy, well-balanced diet, as they nourish the body with high-quality protein that is low in saturated fat and cholesterol-free. Discover easy ways for family’s to add soy into their everyday meals.
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The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics SCAN DPG released a fact sheet with some facts about soy to share with your clients. Download it here.