Guide for the Foodservice Professional
NEW! High-Oleic Soybean Oil
What Americans Say about Soy and Nutrition
Versatile, Healthy, Affordable
No matter the dish or product you’re creating, soy adds variety, healthfulness and consumer appeal – at a competitive price.
Few foods are as versatile as soy. Leading chefs and foodservice operators select soy for its broad appeal and adaptability.
The Easy, Affordable Oil
Great-tasting food is easy with soybean oil. Soybean oil’s light, golden appearance and neutral flavor make it a flexible ingredient for many types of cooking.
• Allow the full flavors of other ingredients to stand out; soybean oil contains virtually no flavor or aroma
• Flawlessly replace higher saturated oil in sautés and stir-fries • Quickly fry foods – soybean oil’s smoking point is 440°F
• Soybean oil has a strong emulsifying ability
• Soybean oil is extremely stable, available with active oxygen method (AOM) levels ranging from 15 to over 300 hours
Trans Fat Solutions with Functional Foodservice Benefits
The highly anticipated high-oleic soybean is finally here.
High-oleic/reduced saturate soybean oil is available for testing. It delivers 0g trans fats, 20%* less saturated fat (vs. commodity oil), excellent flavor stability and extended shelf life with 90+ hours** frying time.
Upcoming varieties include high-oleic/low saturate (with even lower saturated fat) and increased omega-3 for heart health.
Contact your oil supplier for samples.
Download our complete guide to soy-based trans fat solutions. http://www.soyconnection.com/soybean_oil/pdf/soy-oil-solutions.pdf
*S. Knowlton, American Oilseed Chemists’ Society presentation, May 5, 2009, Orlando, FL
** R. Wilkes, Institute of Food Technologists presentation, July 19, 2010, Chicago, IL
QUALISOY® is a collaborative industry-wide initiative to deliver new and improved soybean traits. One main focus is on healthier, more functional soybean oils for foodservice and food manufacturing industries. QUALISOY is guided by representatives from all sectors of the soybean industry, including farmers, seed companies, researchers, food manufacturers, soybean processors, agricultural organizations, feed manufacturers and trade associations.
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As foodservice operators, you are under great scrutiny to disclose and lower trans fat and sodium (to prevent heart disease) and calories (to respond to the obesity epidemic).
Contact Us to request a meeting and prototypes of your operation’s menu items formulated with high-oleic soybean oil. Andrea.email@example.com
Liquid soybean oil is among the healthiest of all edible oils and has a very favorable fatty acid profile. It is relatively low in saturated (“bad”) fat, high in polyunsaturated fat and contains monounsaturated fat (“the good fats”).
Download the Soy for Health booklet for an overview on soy’s nutrition profile and health benefits. http://soyconnection.com/health_nutrition/heart_health/Soy_for_Health_Benefits_2010.pdf
New research shows nearly 70% of U.S. consumers consider sustainability when choosing food products at the grocery store. What’s more, 78% of consumers consider the sustainability of farm-produced ingredients when buying products on the supermarket shelf.
Take Interactive Quiz to see how your answers match up with American consumers. http://www.soyconnection.com/health_nutrition/health_overview/soy_health_benefits.php
U.S. Farmers Rated Global Leader in Sustainable Farming
Soybean conservation tillage, used on more than 65% of U.S. soybean acres, has resulted in a 93% decrease in soil erosion, 70% reduction in herbicide run-off, 50% reduction in fuel use and 326 million pounds of reduced CO2 emissions – equivalent to 6.3 million cars off of the road. The latest soybean varieties reduce the need for pesticides/herbicides.
U.S. soybean farmers are helping to meet world health and hunger needs. Read How
Your Soy Resource
The United Soybean Board is proud to provide the foodservice industry with versatile, healthy and affordable soybeans – for soybean oil and soyfoods. The Board is comprised of 68 U.S. farmers who oversee soybean checkoff investments. USB is committed to developing superior soybean products to help sustain an increasing world population.
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