Korean Soy Industry Hears about U.S. Soy Sustainability at USSEC Seminar
USSEC hosted a sustainability seminar, “New Call on the Food Supply and Demand Chain,” in Seoul, South Korea on June 8, targeting the crushing, soy food and feed industries. The objective of the seminar was to highlight what sustainability is, why sustainability matters and will matter to the food security and food safety of Korea, and how sustainability is being pursued within the global food supply chain. More than 40 people attended the seminar from the targeted industries, along with representatives from two newspapers specializing in agriculture and food.
Topics discussed included “Paris Weather Accord and its Ramifications on the Korean Food and Feed Industry,” “Background of the Call for Sustainability and Response from the Supply Chain,” and “Definition & Application of Sustainability from the Perspective of Agriculture.” Sajo Haepyo Corp. and Dr. Chung’s Food Co., Ltd. shared their understanding and application of sustainability in their businesses.
After the seminar, the two attending newspapers, Agriculture, Fisheries & Livestock News and the Food & Beverage News, published articles about the seminar and the resulting discussions on sustainability. The Agriculture, Fisheries & Livestock News will also publish a five series of articles on sustainability discussed at the seminar.