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SOJA AUSTRIA produces all full fat soy products made from Austrian soybeans (NON-GMO, IP < 0,1%). We guarantee the traceability (IP), from the final product to the seed and are totally certified by the leading company CERT ID. Furthermore our products are certified by IFS, KOSHER / HALAL, VALID IT.

We produce Lupin products (NON GMO) made from sweet Lupines, developing their functional application in the baking industry.

We produce Phytoestrogens (Isoflavones), also NON-GMO, IP < 0,1% whose positive effects on the human metabolism is scientifically proven.

Our subsidiary in Germany, company EUROSOY is offering also a comprehensive range of soy proteins (NON GMO), de-fatted, slightly toasted, fully toasted or texturized, as well soy protein concentrates (SPC) and soy protein isolates (SPI), with excellent water and fat binding capacity.

Our program is completed with soy lecithins (NON GMO) and IP quality, in spray dried  and de-oiled soy lecithin powder.

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