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LINYI, China, Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- "So far, genetically modified foods (GM foods) have not been recognized by experts as safe & healthy foods. Thus, people gradually turn to non-GM foods. Maybe that's the reason why the demand for our non-GM soybean proteins has increased sharply these day," Mr. Wu said. "Besides, our non-GM soybean proteins really are the best."
With Russian consumers' continuing concerns about the safety and nutrition of genetically modified foods (GM foods), non-genetically modified foods (non-GM foods) seem to get more favor and affection now. Shan Song, a professional manufacturer and supplier of non-GM soybean proteins, declared that the demand for their products in Russia is increasing.
"The health risk from GM foods keeps Russian customers away and makes them turn to non-GM foods," Chen Jianzhong, Shan Song's Product Development Manager, said.
Although most feeding trials have observed no toxic effects and saw that GM foods are not harmful, some experts still call for additional and more rigorous testing before marketing genetically engineered food. As a result, many people now tend to choose non-GM food when shopping, and wait to see those GM foods.
"Our store has seen a marked increase in traffic in recent months, which indicates that the market demand for non-GM food is rising," Wu Shaobin, the Marketing Director of Shan Song, said. "Good news is, about 96% of our customers are very satisfied with our non-GM soybean proteins and the demand for them is increasing."
Shan Song is a professional manufacturer and supplier for non-GM soybean proteins. For years, they stood by non-GM food and devoted time to the research and development of healthy and nutritious food, such as non-GM soybean protein, receiving ISO 9001:2000 certificate, HALAL certificate, GMP certificate, IP & HACCP certificate, and others.
"With the increasing demand for non-GM soybean protein, we think we should do something to stand out in the industry. God bless us! We made it. The same amount of soybeans, which are processed through our process method, are able to make maximum value," Mr. Chen remarked.
By continually exploring and searching, Shan Song has found a new way of deep processing non-genetically modified soybean. Firstly, they refine the soybean to semi-finished soya-bean, then refine the soybean part and separate the protein. After that, the soy peptide which can enhance immunity and the sugar that can assist in curing diabetes will be acquired through a biological process.
"I told you that our non-GM soybean proteins are the best," exclaimed Mr. Wu.
About Shan Song
Shan Song is a professional manufacturer and supplier for non-GM soybean protein. For years, they stood by non-GM food and devoted time to the research and development of non-GM soybean protein. With an annual output of 90,000 tons of soybean proteins, Shan Song's non-GM soybean proteins spread all over the world.
Shansong Biological Products Co., Ltd