Soybean growers look to recapture market share, add value with high oleic varieties
High oleic soybeans, which produce improved oils, are an important tool for both recapturing share in the domestic food oil market and producing a higher value product for the export markets, according to an Iowa soybean leader.
"The high oleic soybeans are a key to keep us competitive with other oils, like canola," said Larry Marek, a Riverside farmer and a director of the United Soybean Board (USB). Staying competitive with other oils ...
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