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Bunge to Introduce Organic Soybean Oil, Non-GMO Ancient Grains at SupplySide

Whole Harvest™ soybean oil is minimally refined and USDA certified, while the milled ancient grains are Non-GMO Project Verified.

October 5, 2016

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Bunge to Introduce Organic Soybean Oil, Non-GMO Ancient Grains at SupplySide


Bunge will introduce Whole Harvest™ USDA certified organic soybean oil and Non-GMO Project Verified milled ancient grains at the 2016 SupplySide West (October 6-7) and IBIE (October 8-11) shows in Las Vegas. To enjoy delicious foods made with Bunge’s organic and non-GMO ingredients, visit SupplySide West booth X159 or IBIE booth 11679. Bunge’s chefs will be serving samples such as okonomiyaki, a savory Japanese pancake made with millet and soybean oil, as well malted sorghum muffins and quinoa croissants.

“Organic, non-GMO, and clean label will continue to be key growth drivers in the U.S. food market, which is why we’re excited to help our customers leverage these trends across many categories from savory snacks to bakery,” said Mark Stavro, senior director of marketing, Bunge North America. “Our new offerings will help food companies introduce organic oils and non-GMO milled ancient grains into more food applications than previously possible.”

Bunge’s introduction of Whole Harvest™ USDA certified organic soybean oil expands upon the brand’s existing range of Non-GMO Project Verified soybean oil, canola oil and pan sprays.  “Soybean oil is the most commonly used oil in the U.S., and by providing a scalable organic choice for this popular ingredient, we’re helping our customers meet increasing demand for organic products,” said Anthony Williams, vice president of sales and marketing, Bunge North America oils. “Whole Harvest™ organic soybean oil goes one step further than most other organic oils—not only is it expeller pressed, but it’s also minimally refined, which provides even more choices for our customers  to use when responding to the clean label trend.”

Bunge’s new line up of Non-GMO Project Verified milled ancient grains—including millet, sorghum, and quinoa—adds to its range of Non-GMO Project Verified milled corn and rice ingredients. In this area, the company is differentiating its ancient grain portfolio by utilizing its milling capabilities to offer a wide variety of ingredients that perform across many food applications.

Wade Ellis, vice president and general manager, Bunge North America milling, said, “What sets our ancient grain portfolio apart, in addition to being Non-GMO Project Verified, is that it includes flours, meals, grits, and extruded products—both whole grain and refined—that help our customers get ancient grains into as many foods and beverages as possible. The recent completion of Non-GMO Project Verification at our Danville, Illinois, facility, the world’s largest corn dry mill, means we can now offer a diversified Non-GMO Project Verified platform at significant scale to help brands of all sizes grow with the non-GMO trend.”

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