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Soyuz is not just a brand but a vision come to life. Birthed from the think-tanks of professionally trained personnel, this soy food manufacturing line was set up to resolve one of the biggest misconceptions in today’s era – the Do’s and Don’ts of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. With its roots dug deep into natural and organic products, Soyuz aims to make good health available to all. 

Thanks to the new air of veganism hitting the population, soy products became the primary choice and one of the best dairy-free alternatives for people all across the globe.

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 With an aim to become world-leaders in soy foods industry, we at Soyuz put in extra efforts to bring out the best and the healthiest products. After endless testing and formulating our in-house recipes for the products, we can proudly claim that we are not far away from completing our mission.

our team

Like all other retail ventures, the customers are the essence of the Soyuz family. What’s different is this – the initial group, who came up with the initiative are a vibrant blend of working professionals who have experience in various dimensions. Everyone at Soyuz works in a team all set to achieve our mutual goal – a healthy lifestyle for all.

The directors have received professional tutelage after attending the Soy food training program for upcoming Entrepreneurs (production of Soy Milk and Tofu) from the Centre of Excellence on Soybean Processing and Utilization, ICAR-Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering (CIAE), Bhopal.

The team as a whole can be seen displaying the real meaning of Soyuz – ‘Unity’. Everyone from the production team to the sales and the marketing team wears the “Soyuz” badge proudly as we believe in providing only the best for all.

A dig at its origin.

World-renowned as the “Golden Bean” of the 20th century, processed soybeans (scientific name – ‘Glycine max) are the largest source of plant-based protein feed and second-largest source of vegetable oil in the world.

1765

The Asian seed was originally planted by a colonist in the British colony of Georgia in 1765.

1770

Later, in 1770, Benjamin Franklin got a friend to plant soybean seeds in his garden by sending him a few. The typical hot and humid summer weather of North Carolina allowed the plant to grow well.​

1800

By the turn of the century, the United States Department of Agriculture conducted tests on soybeans and encouraged farmers to plant soybean as animal feed.​

1904

In 1904, the famous American chemist, George Washington Carver discovered that soybeans are a valuable source of protein and oil. He also realized the benefits of soybeans for preserving good quality soil.​

1940

Soybean oil and its derivative meal were being widely consumed by the Japanese during World War II.​

Late 20th Century​

In the latter half of the 20th century, soybeans were grown in many countries including India and Japan and by 1985, Asia’s first soybean research institute was established in India.​

Early 21st Century​

Soybean is one of the fastest growing crops in India with an average annual production of over 15 metric-million tonnes. India’s largest soybean cultivating states are Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan which also house some of the largest soybean trading centres prevailing in the country. ​

2021​

People start becoming beaners as Soyuz comes to life.​

1765

The Asian seed was originally planted by a colonist in the British colony of Georgia in 1765.

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1770

Later, in 1770, Benjamin Franklin got a friend to plant soybean seeds in his garden by sending him a few. The typical hot and humid summer weather of North Carolina allowed the plant to grow well.​

1800

By the turn of the century, the United States Department of Agriculture conducted tests on soybeans and encouraged farmers to plant soybean as animal feed.​

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curve-arrow-pointing-left

1904

In 1904, the famous American chemist, George Washington Carver discovered that soybeans are a valuable source of protein and oil. He also realized the benefits of soybeans for preserving good quality soil.​

1940

Soybean oil and its derivative meal were being widely consumed by the Japanese during World War II.​

redo-arrow

Late 20th Century​

In the latter half of the 20th century, soybeans were grown in many countries including India and Japan and by 1985, Asia’s first soybean research institute was established in India.​

curve-arrow-pointing-left

Early 21st Century​

Soybean is one of the fastest growing crops in India with an average annual production of over 15 metric-million tonnes. India’s largest soybean cultivating states are Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan which also house some of the largest soybean trading centres prevailing in the country. ​

curve-arrow-pointing-left

2021​

People start becoming beaners as Soyuz comes to life.​