In the heart of dairy country and some of the most fertile ground in the country, Northeast Wisconsin boasts some of the highest yields of soybean in the world. While many soybean crushers in the world view Soybean meal as a necessary byproduct, we view it as a co-product and a valuable feed ingredient to the highest producing herds in the world. Because of this, our oil and extraction and treatment procedures for raw beans are different than most. This lends itself to a more desirable soybean oil used for human consumption, an avenue we are exploring in the future. Currently we are focused on soybean oil for use in Bio Diesel. Bio Diesel is the second largest use of Soybean Oil and the demand for Soybean Oil for use in Biodiesel has grown 300% in the last decade.
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Soybean Oil demand
The global soybean oil market is projected to grow from $48.16 billion in 2021 to $60.08 billion by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 3.21% in the forecast period. Soybean oil is seeing accelerated growth, particularly in the food industry, both domestically and abroad. Current usage of soybean oil:
|68%||Food / Human use||Frying, baking, vegetable oil blends, ingredients in foods like margarine, salad dressings, cosmetics, soaps|
|25%||Biodiesel||Offers a renewable fuel with a federal price support of 15%, potential reduction of greenhouse gas emission, increased energy efficiency|
|7%||Industrial||Paints, plastics, cleaners|
The food industry is driving innovation in conjunction with human health concerns. Certain cultivars of soya (HOSO) are especially high in Oleic oils making it very desirable for all applications of human food consumption and heart health. High quality food grade soybean oil will be in high demand for the foreseeable future.