Silk soymilk contains soybeans grown without genetic engineering right here in N. America. If that sounds good to you, you may want to learn what else we’re doing to make the world a healthy place—for the people who drink our soymilk and for everyone.
Choosing good ingredients means working with good farmers, and we’ve worked hard to get to know the farms and communities where our soybeans are grown. Thanks to our new traceability website, you, too, can see where the beans in your Silk carton were raised. When you select the product you’re interested in and enter the code from the carton, the site will guide you to your beans’ counties of origin.
Every year Silk® surveys their soybean suppliers on their farming practices. Developed in partnership withConservation International, a leader in championing and preserving our planet’s natural resources, the survey made it possible to create Silk soymilk’s Responsible Soybean Sourcing & Production Program. It’s all part of our commitment to bringing the very best ingredients to your table.
We think soybeans are perfect already—why mess with Mother Nature? That’s why we participate in the Non-GMO Project, a nonprofit collaboration of stakeholders in the natural products industry—including manufacturers, retailers, farmers and consumers—dedicated to ensuring the availability of non-GMO food and beverage choices.
Silk strives to create enjoyable products with sustainable methods. That’s our responsibility to the planet and our commitment to you.
For more information about Silk® products: http://silksoymilk.com/
Check out this recipe using Silk Soy Products
- 1-2 scoops chocolate ice cream
- 1 banana, sliced then frozen
- 1 cup Silk Chocolate or Light Chocolate
- Combine all ingredients in blender.
- Blend until smooth, or leave chunky if desired.
- Serves 2Preparation
Time: 5 minutes
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Soybean Split Nutrition Facts:
Use Silk Chocolate and 1/2 cup ice cream
Servings Per Recipe 2
Amount per Serving
Fiber 3Carbohydrates 34g
Sodium 76mgSaturated Fat 2.5g