A Sustainable, Safe and European Protein Supply.
Welcome to the Donau Soja Organisation.
Towards to a European protein transition
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LCA AND CARBON FOOTPRINT
Donau Soja as climate-friendly alternative
FACTS AND FIGURES
Market information and Soymeal prices
MEET US AT THE EVENTS
Donau Soja Congresses
and Events calendar
According to official information from the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture, the sowing of soya in Ukraine is almost finished. Taras Vysotskiy, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, announced that Ukraine has planted 1.25 million hectares of soya this year.
Europe is aiming for a record year in soya: This year’s total soya area is predicted to grow to 4.5 million ha in 2022, which makes +4.3 % compared to 2021. Soya area in the EU-27 is predicted to expand by 12 % to a record 1.09 million ha.
Increasing volumes of sustainable soya in Ukraine despite war.
The war against Ukraine has made the agricultural markets nervous. While the export situation for commodities following the Russian blockade of Black Sea ports looks rather bad, the situation for soya is completely different.
Donau Soja - 10 Year Anniversary Event
29 - 30 SEP 2022
29 SEP 2022
DS General Assembly (for DS Members)
30 SEP 2022
B2B Event & Networking
Closing approximately 14:30
Hotel InterContinental Vienna, Austria
What our members say
We assume responsibility and consider the effects of our actions on future generations. This matter is close to our hearts.
Fenaco cooperative is strongly committed to sutainably produced, GMO-free raw materials from Europe. Donau Soja makes an important contribution to ensuring the necessary supply of soy products.
Donau Soja is bringing together soybean farmers, business people, soy processors and scientists. This helps me to find collaborations in soybean research.
Donau Soja is bringing together Sustainable Soy Ecosystem around responsible consumption idea. European Protein strategy promotes sustainable food choices, key to address climate change.
Due to suitable climate and soils, many European farmers are remarkably good at growing cereal crops such as wheat, barley and maize. This supports high levels of production of carbohydrate-rich grains used mostly to feed livestock.