Soy Beauty Products

In the winter it can be extremely frustrating when your skin becomes irritated. This winter, turn to soy beauty to save your skin!

 

Soy Products that Benefit the Consumer

Soy-based products are taking markets by storm and are the center of a biobased economy. Read more about some products here.

 

South Dakota Soybean Stories: The McCranie's

The McCranie’s run a multigenerational farm, a father and sons trio that work hard to manage their operations. Learn more about the McCranie’s here!

 

Bakologie’s, Lauren Lavin, Immersed into the Off-Season at the Farm

Lauren Lavin of Bakologie and farmer, Jeff Thompson, chat about farming, what farmers do in the off-season, and other hobbies Jeff enjoys when he’s not in the field.

 

Healthy Bell Pepper Nachos

If you’re a nacho lover, we’ve found the perfect, healthy substitute that will also satisfy your taste buds – Healthy Bell Pepper Nachos.

 

About Us

Hungry for Truth is an initiative from South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, the soybean checkoff organization, designed to open conversations about food between South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it.

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Soy Products that Benefit the Consumer

Soy-based products are taking markets by storm and are the center of a biobased economy. A biobased economy is defined…

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Soy Beauty Products

It’s officially wintertime, which means dry skin, chapped lips, and windburn, leaving your skin cracked, red, and irritated. It’s extremely…

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Across the Table

Across the Table is a video series focused on bringing you the facts on hot topics around food and farming in South Dakota. Join us each episode as we share a delicious recipe, talk to a local farmer and answer questions from fellow South Dakotans.

Conversation Topics

Dig deeper into these key areas that affect the food that South Dakotans are eating and the producers that provide it.