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The nutritional and ingredient information for our products are listed on our products page. If you still have questions, please contact our consumer relations department.
Nasoya products are available throughout the United States. Visit our where to buy page for stores in your region. Product selection varies by store so be sure to contact your local retailer to verify if they have a particular item you are looking for. If you still have questions, please contact our consumer relations department.
We try to purchase organic soybeans from North America, but due to market constraints we sometimes buy them from other places. We strive to use soybeans produced in a sustainable socially responsible and ethical manner. All our organic beans are certified organic by accredited certifying agencies.
We do not use or support products that are treated with pesticides and we do not use products that are genetically engineered. Nasoya products are made using all natural ingredients that are found in nature, nothing synthetic.
Foods that qualify to be certified organic by the USDA contain certain levels of key ingredients and must meet specific regulations on how agriculture products are grown and handled.
Yes. We only source non-gmo ingredients including our soybeans.
Soy, or soybeans, is a type of legume and is a high quality, complete protein containing all the essential amino acids our bodies need.
Nasoya tofu and Nayonaise contain soy. Our noodles and pasta wraps do not contain soy.
*The information below is to be used as a guide only. For any specific dietary questions, please consult your physician.
It’s a terrific source of complete protein. It’s low in fat, cholesterol-free, and provides bone-healthy minerals, like calcium, potassium, and magnesium. And soy is naturally low in calories, so it fits perfectly into your body-conscious, healthy lifestyle.
When it comes to good nutrition, versatility, and plain old deliciousness, nothing beats soy. Soy offers a wealth of health. View the soy health page of our website for more information.
Soy is a heart helper. Soy even scored a coveted health claim approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1999. Just 25 grams of soy protein per day is recognized as beneficial to heart health. Plus, with no cholesterol and no saturated fat, soy is a no-brainer when it comes to protecting your ticker. Soy also contains Isoflavones which are recognized for their heart-health and cholesterol lowering benefits.
Researchers studying the traditional diets of Japan and China first noticed the soy-bone health connection. Despite eating relatively little calcium, people in these traditionally “soy-eating” countries have very healthy bones. In fact, they rarely suffer from osteoporosis – excessive thinning of the bones that affects many women, and some men, in the US. Soy is the best source of plant nutrients called isoflavones. Along with protein and other vitamins and minerals, isoflavones seem to prevent bone loss as we age.
Soy is a naturally healthy choice for people with diabetes. Soy offers complete protein, but without the saturated fat and cholesterol that many people with diabetes want to avoid. The carbohydrates in soy are complex, meaning they break down slowly in the body, limiting their impact on blood sugar.
And many soy foods provide selenium, calcium, magnesium, and potassium, minerals the body needs to properly regulate blood sugar and insulin.
Soy is well recognized as an important part of a prostate-friendly diet. Dozens of studies point to soy as protective against prostate cancer.
Don’t forget the ticker. Heart health is important to men and women equally. Soy is high in protein, contains no saturated fat or cholesterol, and provides heart healthy nutrients such as calcium, potassium, and isoflavones. Isoflavones are recognized for their heart-health and cholesterol lowering benefits.
Soy can be a great addition to your children’s diet. Tofu can be worked into most recipes that your kids love, from macaroni and cheese to lasagna, fruit smoothies, pudding, baked goods and more. Just recently the US Food and Drug Administration accepted tofu into their WIC program (Women-Infants-Children) as a protein rich alternative to other foods.