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Soybean farmers accept 'Acre Challenge' to reduce malnutrition

In 2006, ASA farmer-leaders saw the soybean as part of the solution to reduce malnutrition and created the World Soy Foundation. As a charitable organization, the World Soy Foundation supports programs that use soy protein in developing sustainable food solutions.

Thanks to the foresight of those farmer-leaders and the creation of the WSF’s Acre Challenge, over 400 farmers from 32 states across the country have joined the grassroots humanitarian effort by donating the value of one or more acres of soybeans. Their generous gift is helping children in developing countries benefit from the power of soy. Your gift today will make a significant impact in the lives of children and families as WSF strives to reduce malnutrition through the power of soy. Join the Acre Challenge and give the gift of protein today.

How to donate: Visit www.worldsoyfoundation.org and click on the “donate now” button on the top right hand side of the webpage, or send your check to: World Soy Foundation, 12125 Woodcrest Executive Dr., Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63141.

Date: 9/16/2013



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