Over the past years, the production of Canadian soybeans has witnessed a remarkable surge, and this upward trend is anticipated to persist in the future. At Bennett's Soybeans, we take pride in being a prominent producer and exporter of high-quality Canadian soybeans.

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Canada exported 1.57 billion dollars worth of soybeans in 2019, making it the fifth-largest soybean exporter in the world.



According to exporter Statistics of Canada reports, soybean ranked 42nd in the Canadian list of top exports for the same period.



The countries that buy the most Soybeans from Canada are China, Iran, Japan, Bangladesh, Italy, and the Netherlands.

Processed Soybean in Canada

Soybean production in Canada began somewhere after the 1920s around Windsor, southwest of Ontario. However, thanks to extensive soybean breeding programs and the enhancement of cold weather tolerance traits, soybean farms expanded. Eventually, a financially efficient soybean production industry was established in the mid-70s and has been improving significantly ever since.

Genetically modified soybeans are well adapted to the cool climate of Canada. Refinement programs are still ongoing in order to provide short-seasoned, high-quality seeds. These seeds, in turn, reward the industry with enormous yields. When paired with modern cultivation techniques and rotation programs, the harvest per hectare is increased immensely.

Productivity potentials have considerably developed over time. Every stage of handling, processing, and shipping is accurately programmed and implemented. The entire soybean stock is rigorously supervised by the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC). This administration system is responsible for implementing governmental regulatory policies to maintain grain standards for Canadian products.