Focused on Food-Grade
Non-GMO, food-grade varieties make up 25% of Canada’s production – a much higher proportion than in any other major soybean-exporting country.
CIPRS is the world’s only voluntary Identity Preserved system requiring government certification. Quality and traceability are assured, from farm to port.
Canada has earned a global reputation for providing the highest quality non-GMO soybeans for all food uses. Our industry is large enough to guarantee reliable supply, yet flexible enough to meet the specialized requirements of niche markets.
Canadian suppliers work with customers to meet their needs, whether they require high protein content for tofu, high sugar for miso or the white colour so desirable for soymilk.
Soybeans can be blended to customer specifications, or buyers can contract for production of specific Identity Preserved (IP) varieties. IP soybeans are tracked through all stages of production and handling by the Canadian Identity Preserved Recognition System, the world’s most integrated system for quality and purity management.
Quality is monitored by the Canadian Grain Commission, which regulates the grading of all soybeans grown in Canada.