Instant corn-soy blend research

Instant corn-soy blend research

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Caption: Instant corn-soy blend research. Food technologists working to develop variants of the instant corn-soy blend (ICSB) food aid product. The research was led by Charles Onwulata (left) in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA. Here, he is inspecting extruded ICSB that will be milled and packaged (lower right). A corn-soy blend (right) in powder form is being fed into the extrusion machine. This food product is an instant form of corn-soy blend, which is a mix of maize (corn, Zea mays) and the beans (soybeans) of the soya plant (Glycine max). The result of a research programme started in the 1990s, it was announced by the USDA in 2011.

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