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Soybean Meal & Soyabean TVP

Glycine max, commonly known as soybean in North America or soya bean,[3] is a species of legume native to East Asia.

The soybean is one of the richest and cheapest sources of protein and is a staple in the diets of people and animals in numerous parts of the world. The seed contains 17 percent oil and 63 percent meal, 50 percent of which is protein. Because soybeans contain no starch, they are a good source of protein for diabetics

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Soybean Meal Meal offered by us is processed from NON-GMO-soybean seeds in our highly sophisticated multistage hygienically controlled plant. After a series of preparatory physical processes, a free flowing coarse granular Organic Soybean Meal is obtained, meeting the varied specific requisites of the clients.

Soybean meal is used primarily as a protein source in animal feeds for the production of poultry, beef, pork, milk, butter, and eggs. A small proportion of the meal is used to make defatted soy flour, soy protein concentrates and isolates, and textured soy protein products.


  • 47.5% Protein Guarantee — unmatched in the expelled market.

  • Produced naturally using physical processes only, without the use of hexane, solvents, or chemicals.

  • Field-proven nutritional quality — highly digestible protein + natural fats & anti-oxidants.

  • Nutritional density improves performance at reduced rations, providing unmatched feed efficiency.

Minimun order Quantity:  40' FCL 



Textured or texturized vegetable protein, also known as textured soy protein, soy meat, or soya chunks is a defatted soy flour product, a by-product of extracting soybean oil. It is often used as a meat analogue or meat extender

Minimun order Quantity:  20' FCL 


Both soya chunks and soya granules are made from soy bean. They are also known as textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP). The only difference between soya chunks and soya granules is that soya chunks are bigger in size, while granules are smaller.

While both soya chunks and soya granules come from soy bean, they are not actually directly made from soy. Both are a byproduct of making soy oil. Once the soy oil is extracted, what is left is the soy flour. This soy flour is then defatted converted into soya chunks and soya granules. However, while more than 50% of soya chunks and soya granules are made from soy flour, it can also be made from cotton seeds, wheat, and oats; which is why is it officially called as Textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP). It is also sometimes called as textured soy protein (TSP) or soy meat.

Minimun order Quantity:  20' FCL 

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