High oleic soybeans coming to a farm near you
There’s been a lot of talk about high oleic soybeans recently, and Illinois soybean farmers should know the potential for these new varieties to transform the U.S. soy industry is real.
U.S. soybean farmers have lost four billion pounds of soy-oil demand each year since 2008, and we’re at risk of losing even more. Market loss like this threatens our profitability.
That’s why high oleic soy is so important. It has no trans fat and less saturated fats than commodity soy oil. It also features significantly increased stability. This is critical for high-heat applications like frying foods, but it also improves the oil’s performance for our industrial customers.
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