Soy Protein Concentrates
65%-90% Protein Concentration
With a minimum protein content of 65% on a moisture-free basis — our traditional and functional soy protein concentrates deliver cost-effective solutions available as a powder or textured pieces.
- High Protein Content: Soy protein is renowned for its high protein content, making it an excellent choice for individuals seeking a substantial protein source.
- Complete Protein: It contains all the essential amino acids required by the human body, making it a valuable protein option for a balanced diet.
- Nutrient-Rich: Soy protein provides essential nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and fiber, contributing to overall health.
- Heart-Healthy: It is known to have heart-healthy benefits, such as lowering cholesterol levels, making it a preferred choice for those concerned about cardiovascular health.
- Plant-Based Meat Alternatives: Soy protein is a key ingredient in plant-based meat alternatives like tofu, tempeh, and textured vegetable protein (TVP) that mimic the taste and texture of meat.
- Dairy Alternatives: Used in dairy-free products like soy milk, soy yogurt, and soy cheese to provide protein content.
- Vegan and Vegetarian Products: An essential protein source in vegan and vegetarian diets, used in various dishes for protein supplementation.
- Protein Powders and Supplements: Soy protein powders are popular among athletes and fitness enthusiasts for post-workout recovery and muscle building.
- Baked Goods and Snacks: It can be incorporated into baked goods, energy bars, and snacks to boost their protein content.
- Smoothies and Beverages: Commonly used in smoothies and shakes for a nutritious and filling beverage option.
- Nutritional Fortification: Added to various food products to fortify them with protein content, catering to health-conscious consumers.
- Infant Formula: Soy protein is used in infant formula as an alternative to dairy-based formulas for infants with lactose intolerance or other dietary restrictions.
- Pet Food: Also used in pet food formulations to provide protein for dogs and cats.
- Foodservice and Culinary Applications: Restaurants and foodservice establishments use soy protein to create a wide range of plant-based dishes.