Soybean farmers do their part for Japan
The United Soybean Board (USB), which represents the nearly 600,000 U.S. soybean farmers, will help Japanese small businesses that wish to donate food to those in need after multiple disasters in that country.
The soybean checkoff plans to help Japanese companies including soyfood processors, suppliers and distributors donate soy-based food to people affected by the recent earthquake and resulting tsunami and nuclear disasters.
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