February 1, 2023
Giving buyers of identity preserved grains and oilseeds a chance to share their needs with sellers, processors, shippers and growers was the goal of the first Identity Preserved International Summit.
Specialty Soya Grains Alliance — a national association of companies focused on production, processing and shipping of U.S. identity preserved field crops and products — hosted the event in January in Hawaii. The group manages the U.S. Identity Preserved quality assurance protocol and brandmark.
State soybean checkoff groups from Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Missouri also attended.
Click on the above video to hear Bryan Stobaugh, Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council director of licensing and commercialization, along with Specialty Soya Grains Alliance Agronomy Action Team chair, discuss the importance of the Identity Preserved International Summit, SSGA and why states such as Missouri support both.
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