Uganda

Global Soy - Uganda

Human Nutrition Education 

The National Soybean Research Laboratory develops creative approaches to Nutrition Education to reach audiences of all ages but especially children.  Nutrition education is a strategic investment in an improved future for individuals, communities, and nations. 

Soy and Food Processing Training 

Soybeans are an excellent source of protein and soy products are also uniquely valuable as functional food ingredients.  The National Soybean Research Laboratory (NSRL) works with international partners to provide training on the processing of whole soybeans to unlock their true nutritional and functional value.  NSRL also works closely with food processors to assist with training on the use of soy protein products in meat processing, baking, beverage and snack production.  

  • Whole Soybeans
  • Baking
  • Meat Processing
  • Snacks
  • Beverages
  • Dry Blending

Recipe Development 

NSRL has significant expertise in developing soy-based recipes for cuisines around the world.  Soy works well in different types of dishes and foods globally as it absorbs flavors and spices of local cuisines well.  The NSRL team has strength in creating unique pairings of soy with local ingredients.  

Economics of Nutrition 

The National Soybean Research Laboratory works closely with partners to explore economic solutions through soy usage to meet nutritional goals.  Soy provides unique nutritional and economic benefits to consumers and food producers as a complete protein resource that is also economical.  

Animal Nutrition Education 

The National Soybean Research Laboratory works with academic partners to provide nutrition education for poultry and swine producers in the developing world.  Animal production is growing rapidly in these areas and producers can value greatly from additional information and education on the importance of balanced nutrition for their poultry and swine operations and how the use of U.S. soybean meal in their animal product efforts can play a beneficial role.