Ethiopia: USDA Assists in the Development of Ethiopia's Soy-Food Industry

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The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently hosted five Ethiopian food companies on a two day mission to Kampala to learn from a leading Ugandan food processor about producing and marketing soybean-based food products, like soy milk and soy yogurt. USDA is assisting the local food industry to incorporate more soy products into the local diet, which will provide Ethiopian consumers with an alternative protein source. This is a CSSF-supported activity.

Ethiopia: USDA Assists in the Development of Ethiopia's Soy-Food Industry

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