Members of the International Soy Growers Alliance (ISGA) span six countries in North and South America and share a common goal of engaging to enable trade, technology adoption and innovation to continuously improve the global soy quality and sustainability.
Recently, a delegation of ISGA members, including two U.S. soybean farmers, attended a Chinese forum on the importance of soy trade and innovation. The event was hosted by the embassies of
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