The soybean is considered a complete food because it contains protein, carbohydrates and fat, as well as an impressive array of vitamins and minerals including iron, phosphorus, magnesium, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin.
Soy-based food comes in many varieties, from liquids such as soy milk and soy sauce to solids such as soy bean curd and noodles. Lately, people in the West see soy as a health food and as an alternative to cow milk.
Processing soy drinks includes soy extraction, formulation, and homogenization. We have developed a system for processing of soy known as Tetra Alwin Soy 10. Clean soya beans are fed into a grinder where hot water is added. This inactivates the enzymes, giving soya a low beany taste.
We can then use aseptic dosing to refine the product regarding flavours, probiotics etc.