soya bean


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soya bean

An edible high-protein legume (Glycine max), which is used to produce a wide range of food products.
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Moreover, the third consecutive lifting of the US interest rate (on Dec 12) boosted the dollar's value in Asian markets, and palm and soya bean oil prices in the region also rebounded, he added: 'Prices of our products have been intact so far, but we may have to increase them in January.
20, $100 worth of Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy F&B vouchers, one carton of Vitasoy Soya Bean Drink and a dozen bottles of Mazola Corn Oil.
As suggested by Minister Ravi Karunanayake the ministers Duminda Dissanayake and P Harison promised the farmer representatives that the government would make the relevant intervention through the Paddy marketing Board and the Food Promotion Board to arrive at a direct purchasing mechanism by the Ministry of health to purchase soya bean from the Mahaweli H Zone farmers for the production of Triposa.
In a sense it is a shift towards the American soya beans.
However, leguminous crops like soya beans are slowly becoming more attractive for the EU's farmers due to rising costs of protein imports and nitrogen fertilisers.
After all, I'm sure you're aware that the soya bean is allegedly beneficial to the heart.
LAHORE, Pakistan-Nakshbandi Industries is set to launch a bath towel line made from the soya bean.
Orkla said that Denofa had seen wide fluctuations and imbalances in the soya bean market in 2004 and that it would write down existing contracts and raw material stocks by approximately NOK250m.
Rash Decision, new from Oloff Beauty, New York, is a nourishing, clear gel that immediately soothes rashes and minor irritations with tea tree and soya bean oils, as well as benzoil peroxide to reduce redness and sensitivity.
Corn went up 20%, soya bean 52%, hatching eggs 17%, fuel prices 17% and local containerized transportation," said Mohammed.
India, the largest buyer of Malaysia's palm oil, currently imposes a 75% duty on crude palm oil imports from Malaysia in order to protect its own industry, in contrast to a 45% levy on soya bean oil.