Soy is an international product that is increasingly spreading for its unique nutritional properties. It has been gradually included in most modern diets and lifestyles. It is also one of the essential types of animal feeding grains, and this product is considered one of the most resistant which can adapt to the various climatic conditions and the most severe ones.
Soya cultivation is concentrated across three climatic bands: tropical, subtropical and warm. It has been grown for the first time in China, and the origin of the product is believed to be Southeast Asia, where it has been cultivated since 10,000 BC. Today, this agriculture has developed with twice as much production capacity.
Healthy properties and high nutritional value
Soy is very rich in proteins, oils, and antioxidants, and it is an essential component of the Asian diet which represents a necessary part of Chinese folk medicine. All this has increased the recent consumer rush on it.
More than 100 countries across the world are growing soybeans, but Africa still has a small share of this proportion. Although Nigeria is ranked tenth in the world in terms of area devoted to the cultivation of soybeans, the percentage of production of this product does not exceed 1 percent of the total global production. Half of the overall product comes from Nigeria. The rest is from South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.
In recent years, agriculture in Africa has grown by 100 times, and the absence of marketing and poor knowledge of agricultural agendas is an essential factor in the slow growth.
Bio Bustani and the realization of the African dream
Our company was one of the leading companies in bringing the African soy product to the forefront of the world and freeing it from the marketing constraints that have been binding it for decades. It has taken giant steps in developing the export process with global marketing methods. Export market was suffering from superficial knowledge of marketing methods, which is what our company succeeded in eliminating. Meanwhile, we were able to redirect the production of soy to global horizons.