WISHH Transitions Nigerian Poultry Sector to USSEC

In February, the American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) program organized a meeting with Nigerian poultry industry leaders at the 2019 International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, Georgia together with the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC). The meeting was a coordinated effort between…

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US-funded project set to boost aquaculture

US-funded project Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainable Trade (Cast) was officially launched on Thursday, with the intention to boost aquaculture growth and development in Cambodia by increasing access to fish seed and feed. The project will be implemented by the American Soybean Association over a five year period until 2023,…

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ASA Provides Technical Assistance to Myanmar Tofu Companies

Dr. Suresh Itapu, a soyfood technical consultant, is spending the week in Myanmar providing technical assistance and follow-up support to the tofu companies on the benefits of using U.S. food grade soybeans. The tofu companies were participants of this year’s Quality Samples Program (QSP), where they received seven different varieties…

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ASA/WISHH 2018 Results

ASA/WISHH Shares 2018 Annual Results A new easy-to-review ASA/WISHH annual report shares how WISHH’s activities build demand and drive growth for U.S. soy. With 2018 support of 20 Qualified State Soybean Organizations, WISHH leveraged farmer dollars $6 to 1 over the past five years as it implemented programs like AMPLIFIES…

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U.S. Soy Usage Grows in Ghana

ASA/WISHH Africa Regional Consultant Josh Neiderman met with WISHH West African market development partners, including local manufacturers who are driving growth for U.S. soy protein. Sub-Saharan African companies are working with WISHH to use high-quality U.S. raw soybean ingredients to make locally produced soy-based foods and feeds. Neiderman visited WISHH’s…

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CAST Cambodia team visit Tilapia Hatchery

The ASA’s Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainable Trade (CAST) Cambodia project, funded by the USDA’s Food for Progress Program, is undertaking some preliminary work in Cambodia. Chief of Party Jim Hershey has been in Cambodia this month talking to stakeholders and eventual partners as this five year project gets underway.…

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