About SNI Global
Where science and industry come together with a focus on soy & health
SNI Global aims to provide unmatched value to members and the industry as the scientific organization leading the way in soy and health research, education, outreach and advocacy. SNI Global strives to be a leader in plant protein research and outreach, with an added focus on soybean oil.
The organization leverages member funds, magnifies collaborations, and champions soy at every turn. Members include domestic and international soyfood companies, ingredient companies, processors, soybean farmers, scientists and researchers, non-profit organizations, and more.
SNI Global works to identify, develop, and fund soy-related research priorities and provide evidence of the impact of soy on human health.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. SNI Global also works to remove barriers and build bridges among stakeholders, all who share the goal of better understanding the role of soy in human consumption. Findings are then communicated to members, targeted audiences and the soy industry at large.
SNI Global also focuses on respected and reputable influencers in food and nutrition, connecting with health professionals and researchers to deliver the latest research directly to those who need it.
About SNI Global
The Soy Nutrition Institute was founded in 2004 through the initiative of the United Soybean Board. In 2021, it was reorganized with a new name – SNI Global — and more robust mission.
Value to the Industry
The Soy Nutrition Institute Global provides value to the soy industry as it:
- Provides a process for the review and discussion of emerging soy research.
- Provides a forum for discussion within the industry and academia.
- Provides evidenced-based messaging through blogs, social media and other outreach platforms.
- Serves as a credible resource for information on soy nutrition.
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As an organization that brings value and third-party credibility, SNI Global offers members a wide range of benefits that fall into three main categories: scientific affairs and research, communications and outreach, and government affairs.
We value our SNI Global membership in numerous areas of outreach, communications, and research. SNI Global continues to provide credibility on issues related to soy and human health, such as contributions to the recent publication refuting soy as an endocrine disruptor.
Jody MasonDanone North America
The industry members’ perspectives on the importance of soy as a food and beverage ingredient, coupled with ready access to all the human health and wellness related soy research results, assists our organization in more effectively positioning U.S. soy in our global efforts to find and establish new overseas markets for U.S. soybean farmers.