YASO - Soy like never before

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YASO® the highest quality sprouted soya

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YASO® is a specially sprouted, 100% natural, GMO-free soybean. It is a perfect food industry raw material with versatile application possibilities. The creators of YASO® have combined the unique nutritional composition of soya, the health advantages of sprouted foods and the demand of large scale processing. YASO®contains highly digestible complete protein, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and it is a good source of fibre combined with low carbohydrate. YASO® is a perfect meat substitute, a good quality  complete vegetable protein source for meat reducers.

 
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New product launches in 2015

New product launches in 2015

 

Delightfully crispy organic sprouted crackers.
High protein & high fibre. Source of Vitamin K,
Magnesium, Iron and Zinc.

Tasty crunchy organic sprouted crisps.
Source of protein & high fibre. 

 
 

YASO® tofu award in Anuga 2013

SIAL INNOVATION 2014

 


YASO
®  sprouted soya tofu has been awarded among the best new innovations at the world's leading food fair, Anuga in 2013. More
       


YASO
® speciall sprouted soybean and YASO® Gluten Free Fitness Cracker line have been selected by the jury for SIAL CANADA INNOVATION 2014.
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Best Practice Award 2012

 

NuW Excellence Award          

 

 

 


Product Differentiation Excellence Award


„Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has developed a product with unique features/functionality as well as high quality for customers with complex needs. The award lauds the degree of the products customization and the fit for evolving market trends, which ultimately results in a strong brand perception of the product as being unique.”  Read more here.


Weight & Hunger Management Innovation of the Year

"YASO provides a unique story with a natural way to increase the nutritional value of food products, with a soy ingredient of great taste and a very wide application potential that can help to extend the use of soy products." Read more here