Soybean Trading, Sourcing & Marketing

Soybean International, Supplier of Soybeans, Soymeal, Soybean Oil, Non-GMO Soybeans, IP Soybeans, Organic Soybeans, Feed Grains & Ingredients

Your best source to buy Soybeans, Soybean Meal, Soybean Oil, Non-GMO, IP & Organic Soybeans - Any Quantity to Any Destination!

Soybean International is an independent agricultural trading and marketing firm specializing in the sourcing and marketing of soybeans, non-GMO soybeans and soybean products. We connect producers and buyers of soybean grains & products through our origination services and our distribution network. We sell Canadian, American, Indian and Brazilian non-GMO soybeans in containers, in bulk, or in bags.

Our company is dedicated to supplying high-quality soybeans and non-gmo soybeans upon our customer's request. Our prices are competitive and through our partners, we specialize in exporting soybeans and other agricultural commodities to the Asian and European Markets (China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, Germany, France, Netherlands, Spain, etc).

We have access to a wide range of soybeans, non-GMO soybeans, and organic & IP soybeans from the best producers & suppliers in the USA, Canada, India and Brazil and third-party suppliers around the world. We offer a value-added service, including competitive prices, transportation and logistics & market knowledge to buyers in Asia and across the world who are looking to buy quality soybeans. Soybean International has an established network of partnerships and can supply soybeans and agri products internationally. Our team is working with breeders, producers, and manufacturers and we can offer a host of varieties and products tailored to the specific needs of the customers worldwide.  

Our top priority is the satisfaction of the customers and to provide exceptional service.

Please contact us if you have any questions or to request a quote. We are here to help you find the best products at the best price.

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The soybeans were first cultivated in China nearly 6,000 years ago and it was first introduced in Europe in the 1700s. The soybean has become one of the most important beans in the world. Today, soy is a multi-billion dollar industry that provides feed to millions of livestock on every continents and that has become a major part of people's diets (especially in Asia).  The bean provides a good source of protein around the world and for different usage such as vegetable oil, animal feed and foodstuffs (tofu, miso, natto, soymilk, etc). 
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The Soybean Production
Soybeans were first produced and cultivated in China, but the United States is one of the most important producing country (More than 30 states are growing soybeans). Another important producer is Brazil where soybeans are one of their main exported product (with Coffee and Sugar). The global soy production has nearly doubled since the mid 1990s.The majority of the soybeans production is allocated for oil and for soybean meal ( animal feed) and a small portion of the crop is for tofu, soy milk and other popular soy products (foodstuffs).

The Soybean Global Market
More than 50% of the world's soybean production occurs in the Americas. The United States are exporting more than 35% of the world's soybeans and this commodity has a significant impact on the farming industry since the 1920's.

Soybeans as a Commodity
Soybean demand is booming because the world market for soybeans is huge and continues to grow year after years. The livestock such as cattle and pigs are consuming millions of tons of soybean meal per year (soybean meal is produced from soybeans) and because the population grows in certain countries such as China, the demand is very high. Therefore, the high levels of demand coupled with high liquidity leave a lot of room for trading the soybeans on the commodity market (spot of future contracts). 

Soybean Trading
There are two main markets for soybeans :

  • Food market: Soybeans are used across the world by companies for animal feed (livestock) and for human consumption. Soybeans are considered as an excellent source of protein and a low-cost food additive.
  • Fuel market: Soybeans are used by certain companies for the manufacture of biodiesel.

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