Soybean oil is a popular cooking oil that is used all over the world. Soybean oil accounts for nearly two-thirds of all soybean production worldwide. The product is commonly used in baking, frying, and as a salad dressing.
The product’s popularity is growing due to its high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and polyunsaturated fats, both of which are good for your health. Furthermore, soybean oil is used to make alkyd resins, which are used in inks and oil paints. Soybean oil remains a cost-effective cooking oil that is readily available on the market. The aforementioned factors will almost certainly have a positive impact on the global soybean oil market.
Key Segments Covered
- Processed Soybean Oil
- Virgin Soybean Oil
- Soybean Oil for Foodservice
- Soybean Oil for Food Processor
- Soybean Oil for Retail
- Soybean Oil Sales via Modern Trade Channels
- Soybean Oil Sales via Franchise Outlets
- Soybean Oil Sales via Speciality Stores
- Soybean Oil Sales via Online Distribution Channels
Leading players are embracing cutting-edge marketing strategies, technological advancements, mergers, and acquisitions, and other novel approaches.
Patanjali Ayurveda completed an insolvency process in December 2019 to acquire bankrupt Ruchi Soya for INR 4350 crores. Patanjali will benefit from the acquisition by gaining access to edible oil plants as well as soyabean oil brands like Mahakosh and Ruchi Gold.
Archer Daniels Midland Company announced in May 2021 that it would build North Dakota’s first dedicated soybean crushing and refinery plant to meet rising demand from biofuel, food, feed, and industrial customers, including renewable diesel producers.
Get a Sample Copy(Including Full TOC, Table & Figures)