Soya Bean Broker & Trader From India

Soya Bean

Moisture 14.5%
Admixture 0.5%
Imperfection 3%
Size 4.5~5.0mm; 5.0~7.0mm

Soybean also named soya bean is a species of legume which is native to East Asia.

Soybean is a complete storehouse of proteins and it could do good for health.

There are also some common usages for soybean such as making oil, sprouting, making soy milk, Tofu and so on.

It is also a common edible bean with some by-products like soy meal.

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Padm Group is a leading brokerage firm in the domain of oilseeds like sesame seeds, peanuts, and other agricultural products like cumin, fennel, fenugreek, peas, chickpeas etc.

Currently, we are catering well established and well-known exporters, manufacturers, importers, and traders worldwide.

We at Padm Agri broker give full attention to the best quality, timely delivery, right price and fair executions of all the trades regardless of the market situation.

We are proud to celebrate the glorious 30 years of success together with our reputed clientele.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the health benefits of consuming soya beans?
Soya beans are rich in protein, fiber, and several essential vitamins and minerals, making them a great addition to a balanced diet. They are also low in saturated fats and contain antioxidants that help protect against chronic diseases like heart disease and certain cancers. Additionally, soya beans are a great source of isoflavones, which are plant compounds that may help reduce the risk of osteoporosis and menopausal symptoms.
2. Can soya beans be harmful to some people?
While soya beans are generally considered safe for most people, some individuals may have allergies or sensitivities to them. Soya beans contain certain proteins that can trigger allergic reactions in some people, which may range from mild symptoms like hives and itching to severe reactions like anaphylaxis. Additionally, some studies have suggested that consuming large amounts of soya products may interfere with thyroid function, but more research is needed to confirm this.
3. How can soya beans be incorporated into a healthy diet?
There are many ways to include soya beans in a healthy diet. They can be eaten on their own as a snack, added to salads, soups, or stews, or used to make plant-based milk, tofu, or tempeh. Soya beans can also be ground into flour to make baked goods like bread or muffins. However, it's important to choose minimally processed soya products and to watch portion sizes, as some soya products may be high in added sugars or sodium.