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ASA/WISHH to Showcase Value of U.S. Soy at Aquaculture Ghana

The American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health Program is joining the Chamber of Aquaculture Ghana (COA) as part of its continuing aquaculture work in Africa. Along with select partners, WISHH will join COA as a platinum sponsor for its annual Aquaculture Ghana event this spring. COA and Aquaculture Ghana foster stakeholder collaboration for sustainable aquaculture practices in the region. As the industry continues to develop in Ghana so, too, can its increasing reliance on U.S. soy for feed.

The event provides WISHH the opportunity to showcase its work in Ghana and across Africa to several supply chain leaders in the region. As a platinum sponsor of the trade show, WISHH will also communicate the value of U.S. soy to a large and diverse audience of attendees.

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