It is produced from cleaned, Non GMO Soya beans, after a series of preparatory physical processes, followed by a multistage extraction of Oil. All of this is, in a highly sophisticated, hygienically controlled plant. The processing of Soyabean Meal involves a series of heat treatments thereby destroying all its anti nutritional factors.
Normal Soyabean Meal is lower in protein compared to De hulled Soyabean Meal as the hulls standardize the Crude Protein level to range between 46-48%. However the Crude Protein in De-hulled Soyabean Meal ranges from 48% onwards. Soyabean Meal has a higher energy value compared with other protein sources. The amino acids in Soyabean Meal are highly digestible compared to other protein sources of plant origin. The Solubility Index of Soyabean Meal is 80-85%
Soybean meal is used by Broilers, Layers and Turkeys; Swine, Ruminants, Beef Cattle, Dairy and Sheep and also finds its way into a large variety of uses (Pet Foods, Aquaculture, Minor Feed Uses, Food and Industrial uses).
|Oil Content||:||1.25% Max|
|Sand & Silica||:||2.5% Max|
|Urease Activity-At 30oC||:||0.3mg/g Max|
A popular form of vegetable oil, soybean oil is extracted from the seeds of the soybean. There has been much hype about it being a healthful oil, but there’s more to soybean oil than what’s advertised on product labels. It could be very problematic to use in cooking, due to factors such as hydrogenation and the presence of genetically engineered varieties. Get the lowdown on this polyunsaturated oil