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New in 2013, the Crop Insurance Program includes: increased yields for hard red spring wheat, hard white spring wheat and oats as part of the yield trending formula; increased Establishment Benefit values for field peas, canola and identity-preserved canola; and expansion of the insurable area for soybeans and the Corn Heat Unit Program.
Because of this, the Canadian grain industry is not in a position to provide traceability on shipments of any significant size, except through an identity-preserved program at added cost", he added.
Derived from identity-preserved non-GMO maize, Starrier[TM] starch is clean label and can be declared as simply "starch," "maize starch" or "corn flour".
European compounders source non-GM soya almost exclusively from Brazil, because identity-preserved soya from the US is prohibitively expensive.
Some of the questions USDA seeks comment on include: * Should USDA be involved in accrediting, reviewing or certifying the performance of food company identity-preserved systems?
About Devansoy - Devansoy is a leading supplier of all natural soy ingredients made from identity-preserved soybeans.
Novasoy soya isoflavones are made from Identity-Preserved (IP) non-GM beans, under carefully controlled conditions.
The Network provides valuable education to producers on existing and emerging opportunities in the identity-preserved specialty grains industry," says William J.