Soya Beans  – Certified Organic


Soya Beans  – Certified Organic
Aka: Soy Beans
Product of: China
Pack Size: 250g | 500g | 1kg | 2kg | 5kg
Organic Certification: FR-BIO-01; GB-ORG-05; GB-ORG-02; NL-BIO-01.

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Soya Beans  – Certified Organic
Aka: Soy Beans
Product of: China
Pack Size: 250g | 500g | 1kg | 2kg | 5kg
Organic Certification: FR-BIO-01; GB-ORG-05; GB-ORG-02; NL-BIO-01.

This product has been produced without the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or their derivatives, nor been irradiated.

250g | 500g | 1kg  packed into food grade, foil lined, zip lock (resealable), stand up pouches, Made with superior quality KRAFT PAPER.
2kg | 5kg packed into food grade, zip lock (resealable), stand up poly pouches.

Both packs are multi-material and multi-layer to increase shelf life of the product and provide a barrier protection against moisture, odours, and UV light.

Additional Information:
Soya beans and soy beans are exactly the same and the names are used interchangeably according to fashion, preference or habit. The many subsequent products, such as soya/soy sauce, are also exactly the same, whichever spelling is used.

Shoyu is the Japanese word for the same vegetable and its products – shoyu sauce is soya/ soy sauce.

The vital claim of the soya bean is that it is the only vegetable product that has all the protein content of meat, eggs or milk products and thus it’s essential to the diet of vegetarians and vegans. The beans themselves are bland and generally unappealing as they never quite develop the rich, meaty textures that other beans do with long cooking. Thus mature soya beans are used to make tofu, which is a soft or firm curd made from the milky liquid obtained by boiling and pressing soya beans and which retain the full protein content.

Soya beans are the basis of many recognised and popular products such as soya sauce, tofu, miso and soya milk but the basic soya bean is just fine eaten the way it is. Soya beans are an excellent source of protein which is perfect if you prefer not to eat meat or dairy products. These beans contain virtually no saturated fat which makes them a perfect candidate for a low calorie, healthy, balanced diet.

How to cook the Soya Bean
It is recommended that you pre-soak soy beans the night before, to help them soften. This will also shorten cooking time.

Add to boiling water and leave them bubbling for 1 hour. (Top up water if it gets low).
Skim off any skin that may form on the surface. Next, either: Lower the temperature and simmer for up to 3 hours. OR If you have a ready pressure cooker, lower in and cook for 20 – 25 minutes. Once the beans are soft, stir them around in the water. This loosens the husks, allowing you to skim these off the surface. (this is optional. The husks are very fibrous and aren’t that easy to digest).
Drain & serve. (If you want, you could save the water. This makes a healthy base that could be used for soups, stews and other sauces).

Storage Advice:
Dried beans last for years, However the older they are the longer they will take to cook. Canned beans last for years and fresh beans last about a week.

You can help dried and canned beans stay fresh longer by storing them in a cool, dark place at a temperature under 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

Fresh beans are best kept in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

Once cooked, beans should be stored in a tightly closed container to keep out moisture and other contaminants and then placed in the fridge. Always place leftover product into a proper airtight container before storing in the fridge. For a long-term option, you can freeze your beans while preserving their taste if you use a freezer safe container.

Some benefits of proper food storage include eating healthier, cutting food costs and helping the environment by avoiding waste.



(typical values per 100g):

Energy 1731 kj
Energy 413 kcal
Fat 20 g
  Of which saturates  2.8 g
Carbohydrate 22.0 g
  Of which sugars 3.9 g
Fibre 4.0 g
Protein 39.0 g
Salt 0.0 g



Does the product contain any of the following?

Cereals containing Gluten: wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut or their hybridised strains.
Crustacean  shellfish and products thereof
Egg and products thereof
Fish and products thereof
Soya (soy) beans & protein and products thereof  ✔
Milk & Dairy (including lactose) and products thereof
Celery Seeds celeriac and products thereof
Mustard Seeds and products thereof
Lupin and products thereof
Sesame Seed and products thereof
Peanuts and products thereof
Nuts and products thereof (namely almond, hazelnut, walnut, cashew nut, pecan nut, brazil nut, pistachio nut, macademia nut and Queensland nut)
Added Sulphur Dioxide: (the product contains <10mg/Kg added Sulphur Dioxide in the form of SO2, Sulphites (E220,E221, E222, E223, E224, E226, E227, E228)
Please Note: Where products are indicated as not having an allergen present this refers to the product not being formulated or wholly derived from the particular ingredient. Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens however this cannot be guaranteed.

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