Syndicated Research Reports
Soyatech's syndicated reports offer companies authoritative yet affordable insight into important emerging and value-added industry sectors. The firm also provides customized and proprietary studies through consulting and advisory services.
Recent research reports focus on value creation from seeds to final products. They include value creation at the seed level; the current state of the U.S. soyfoods market, including soymilk, tofu and meat alternatives; growth and trends in the soy protein market, including sales and market shares by the leading processors; and biofuels development, production and sustainability. Most recently, Soyatech introduced it's quarterly Biofuels Index, to provide an objective tool to assess the unfolding investment boom and capacity build-out in that industry.
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Over the years, Soyatech has tracked and reported on trends in the soybean and related products market. The company's deep and continual involvement in the industry and market has provided it with a unique and authoritative perspective. In addition to its latest reports, Soyatech maintains an inventory of earlier studies that some clients may find useful.
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Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2005Published in September 2005
After years of blockbuster growth and mainstream integration, soyfood sales are finally slowing down. This inevitable trend is a focal point of "Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2005", the latest report published by Soyatech, LLC. and SPINS, Inc. According to the recently published market study, overall soyfood sales hit the $4.0 billion mark in 2004, but showed the slowest year-over-year growth (2.1%) for the industry as a whole since the early 1980's. The 2004 study is the fifth report produced by the partnership of these two companies and contains detailed information on the U.S. market by category, sub-category, brand and distribution channel.
For more information, download the Prospectus 2005 U.S. Soyfoods Market Report in PDF.
Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2004Published June 2004
The market for soyfoods in the U.S. continues to grow strongly, although it is beginning to show signs of maturity in certain categories. The latest data on the U.S. soyfoods market indicates that total retail sales hit $3.9 billion in 2003, increasing approximately 10 percent from $3.65 billion in 2002. Final and complete numbers for the year 2003 will be available in June in the "Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2004" report published by Soyatech, LLC. and SPINS, Inc. The 2004 study is the fourth report produced by the partnership of these two companies and contains detailed information on the U.S. market by category, sub-category, brand and distribution channel.
For more information, download the Prospectus 2004 U.S. Soyfoods Market Report in PDF.
Soyfoods In FoodservicePublished August 2003
Despite the phenomenal growth and attractive product and marketing opportunities that have occurred over the past five years in soyfoods, most efforts have focused on creating and developing opportunities within the retail segment. Industry players have not yet made significant inroads into the $400+ billion foodservice channel. Food marketing experts believe that there are some very attractive, yet under-developed, opportunities for soyfoods in foodservice. To help companies understand the scope of this opportunity, the consulting firms of Soyatech LLC and The Hale Group have teamed up to write "Soyfoods in Foodservice, Growth Opportunities in an Untapped Channel."
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Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2003Published June 2003
This new 153-page report is important for all of those companies currently in the soyfoods category, or for those considering entering the marketplace. There is a comprehensive macro section that combines all of the top line sales and trend figures across all sales channels into easy to read tables with analysis. Data is included on organic sales, household sales per region, total number of product SKUs and profiles of 23 leading companies. In addition, the top five sub-categories „ soy-based meat alternatives, soymilk beverages, tofu, energy bars, meal replacements and supplement powders all have separate break outs with additional detail.
For more information, download the Prospectus 2003 U.S. Soyfoods Market Report in PDF.
Whole Soybeans as Food IngredientPublished January 2003
Today's market for soybeans as food, a combination of traditional and modern uses, is the focus of this study published by Soyatech. The crushing of soybeans for animal feed and vegetable oil has historically dominated overall usage of the world crop. Today, however, there is a large and growing use of whole soybeans for direct human food. Although most of this demand is in Asia where soybeans have traditionally been used as food, a growing market for soy protein products and soyfoods in Western nations is helping to create a new value-added market for soybeans beyond crushing.
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Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2002Published May 2002
Within the soyfood category, meal replacement beverages and powders, followed by energy bars, soymilk beverages, meat alternatives and tofu were the market leaders. But within these categories and among the distribution channels, both subtle and dramatic shifts have become apparent. This report is an important work for the industry, as it combines current and accurate sales reporting from SPINS, the leading provider of market research to the health and wellness industry, with expert analysis from Peter Golbitz of Soyatech, LLC., the world's leading source for information on the soybean product's industry.
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Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2001Published September 2001
The market for soyfoods in the U.S. has experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years as food processors and marketers have met consumer's demands for healthy, tasty and convenient food products. Soyfoods 2001: U.S. Market includes an overview of the entire soyfoods category — tofu, soymilk, meat alternatives, condiments, meal replacements, supplements, soynuts and snack foods — across both mainstream and natural food distribution channels. The report also includes comparisons of soy versus non-soy by category, total dollar sales, growth, trends, company profiles, and forecasts.
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