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BioMar probe shows its soy suppliers are legally compliant

By Jane Byrne

A BioMar investigation has found no intent or negligence on the part of its Brazilian suppliers of non-GMO, certified soy - Caramuru, Selecta and Imcopa - in terms of environmental or social legislation violations.

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Forest 500: Companies told to disclose names of soy suppliers

By Jane Byrne

Nestlé has come out top in relation to soy in the latest Forest 500 report that rates food manufacturer, trader, retailer, food service and financial institutions’ efforts to tackle commodity led deforestation in all sourcing regions.

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The Big Interview

CGF: Mobilizing local action is key to stopping soy deforestation

By Jane Byrne

The Consumer Goods Forum, through the Soy Buyers’ Coalition (SBC), aspires to work closely with soy producers, traders, local governments, investors, NGOs and more in the main soy sourcing regions, where deforestation is a risk.

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Putting grass protein to the test in pigs

By Jane Byrne

Researchers based at Aarhus University in Foulum, Denmark are optimistic they can partially replace traditional protein ingredients like soy with clover grass in organic pig feed.

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Platform aims to increase UK’s supplies of sustainable soy

By Jane Byrne

Several regional platforms are materializing across Europe, alongside the global Roundtable for Responsible Soy (RTRS), to encourage domestic retailers and traders to buy only responsibly sourced soy. One such is the UK Roundtable on Sustainable Soy (UKRT).

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Oilseeds supported by trade deal optimism

By Jane Byrne

CRM AgriCommodities says global oilseeds values have edged higher this week as markets sensed a more optimistic tone in the trade negotiation between the US and China.

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Special Edition: Feed Protein Innovation

How to drive efficient duckweed production using dairy factory wastewater

By Jane Byrne

In late 2017, we reported on an Irish project, Newtrients, involving the capture of essential nutrients from dairy processing wastewater to grow duckweed as a novel feed protein. Some 13 months on, we hear from the project leader as to the targets met...

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