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Defatted Soya Grits Enzyme Inactive (Toasted)

    Product Description

Defatted Soya Grits is high protein and low NSI product, the protein content in the grits is 50% plus.The soya grits are obtained from selected quality of Indian non GMO soybean seeds.The Soya grits has higher energy value compared with other protein sources. The amino acids in Soya grits are highly digestible compared to other protein sources of plant origin. The Solubility Index of soya grits is 80-85% and it is also excellent source of iron, calcium, vitamins and other minerals. Our defatted Soya Grits is one of the most consistent protein ingredients available to the feed formulator. We produce Soya grits that meet the end-users specifications for protein and other desired parameter.

Technical Details


Color & Appearance
Golden yellow


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Shelf life:12 Months from Mfg. When Stored in Original Pack at clean, dry and infestation free area.


Soya grits is ideal for Poultry Feed; it dominates the market for protein supplements for poultry because of its consistency in nutrient content, its ready availability year-round, and its high content of protein. Poultry producers desire high-energy diets and no other common plant protein feedstuff exceeds Soybean Meal in Protein content. Soybean Meal is the only common protein supplement that is included in poultry rations with no limitation as to the quantity used, as it is properly toasted to denature the trypsin inhibitors, and hence there are no anti nutritive factors to consider when formulating diets Soy Grits is also a preferred source of protein in Swine diets. Corn-Soybean Meal based diets provide an adequate balance of amino acids these can be fortified with supplemental minerals and vitamins. There are other ingredients of animal origin that have higher protein content than soybean meal but they also have other ingredients that limit their use in swine diets. It is also a rich source of lysine; hence the pig’s lysine requirement is met without feeding excessive amount of non-essential nitrogen. Soy grits is replacing Fish Meal in Aquaculture feeds due to price, consistent availability and its nutritional properties. Our Solvent Extracted Soybean Meal, prices are comparatively more stable than fishmeal because of its consistent supply. It is beginning to be widely used in aquatic diets also, offering more than just a nutritional benefit. Diminishing use of fish meal and an increasing use of soybean meal will improve the effluent characteristics of aquaculture operations.