WISHH Perspectives

Ohio Soybean Council Board and WISHH Program Committee Member Bob Suver speaks at WISHH’s January 2020 conference in Cambodia where U.S. soybean growers joined WISHH in discussions with current or prospective customers as well as strategic partners to add soy protein to livestock feeds or human foods.

Cates, Suver, Born & Hill Video Shares How WISHH Goes After Trade in a Strategic Manner

In a new video, U.S. soybean growers highlight how WISHH works in a strategic manner to grow trade for U.S. soy protein in developing and emerging markets. Read more…

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Tradition Meets Trend: Soyfoods are a Mindful Choice

By: Linda Funk, Flavorful Insight •Apr 11, 2022 In the United States, April is National Soyfoods Month—an ideal time to share news about the advantages that versatile soyfoods made with U.S.-grown soy offer to global consumers. Soyfoods have what it takes

Four Women Who Lead Trade, Development & Food Security

WISHH salutes women around the world who are leading trade, development and global food security. In honor of #InternationalWomensDay on March 8 and #NationalNutritionMonth, WISHH shares the accomplishments of four women in our work. Cambodian CEO Launches Six New Fish

Love Your Heart With Soy

Jill Weisenberger, Registered Dietitian • Feb 3, 2022 Eating to keep your heart healthy isn’t about a long list of foods to avoid. The supermarket is filled with foods your heart – and your tastebuds – will love. Eating ample wholesome