The endorsement: non-GMO and high oleic soy oil

The endorsement: non-GMO and high oleic soy oil

Since mandatory trans-fat labeling went into place in 2006, the food manufacturing industry has been looking for affordable and healthier solutions to hydrogenated oils. This is it.

There is perhaps no more versatile, beneficial and controversial ingredient in the world than soy. Those three little letters invoke praise from manufacturers for their nutritional value and vast range of uses. Conventional farmers love the ease at which they can plant, spray herbicides and harvest. However, encroaching super weeds and public sentiment for their safety are raising eyebrows in the soy seed industry.

One Michigan company, Zeeland Farm Services, is leading the way

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