The mission of the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health – WISHH, as it’s commonly known – is to improve agriculture trade in emerging markets. WISHH is creating long-term demand for U.S.-grown soybeans, according to Liz Hare, executive director.
ZFS Creston Soy Flour Sales Grow through ASA/WISHH Work in Central America and Africa
AMPLIFIES Ghana Partner Isaac Sesi Wins MIT Innovator Under 35
ASA/WISHH’s AMPLIFIES Ghana project has successfully trained poultry and other farmers as well as feed millers to strengthen the poultry value chain in the West African country and promote the use of soybeans in improved poultry nutrition. Through the USDA-funded
A newly constructed aquafeed plant—the first in Cambodia to produce high quality fish feed, will start production in June. The plant will incorporate U.S. soy into fish feed for the ASA WISHH Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainable Trade (CAST) Cambodia
A South African processor continues to build on knowledge of incorporating U.S. soy in new soy-based food products. ASA/WISHH supported Bakiel Ben Shomriel’s participation this week at the Northern Crops Institute’s Soy-based Texturized Protein and Meat Analog Course in Fargo,