Replacing U.S. imports of organic soybeans unlikely

American organic soybean imports, especially as meal, continue to dwarf import of other organic crops. In fact, if American farmers tried to grow that many soybeans to make into meal, it could disrupt the whole organic system, says Ryan Koory, senior analyst with Mercaris, an American organic market intelligence company. Why it matters: Organic production … Continue reading Replacing U.S. imports of organic soybeans unlikely