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Scoular Adopts New Soybean Trait

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Scoular expands its portfolio of supply chain solutions with SOYLEIC soybeans.

SOYLEIC soybeans are a non-GMO, high oleic trait created by researchers from the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council (MSMC), University of Missouri, the USDA and the United Soybean Board (USB), shared a release.

“Scoular’s proven history with identity-preserved crops aligns with the demand and market for SOYLEIC soybeans, domestically and internationally through exports,” said Bryan Stobaugh, director of licensing and commercialization for Missouri Soybeans.

As Scoular continued to grow, SOYLEIC soybeans were the natural next step to feed more consumers and livestock.

“Scoular has a proven track record of supplying goods and services that meet the rigorous demands of the agricultural supply chain which relies on processed grain and ingredients,” said Stobaugh. “We are excited about their work and contribution to the SOYLEIC soybean acres in the U.S.”

SOYLEIC soybeans offer consumers more versatility and the freedom to choose the best fit for their needs, according to the release.

“Bringing advanced food grade genetics to the marketplace is a priority for Scoular,” said Doug Grennan, vice president for select global grain and oilseeds at Scoular. “We are pleased to work with Missouri Soybeans to introduce SOYLEIC varieties to the ever-increasing applications it adds to our evolving SoyFood customers globally.”

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