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  1. World’s Best-Tasting Soybean

    100% Natural Protein, grown straight from the earth

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  2. Naturally Healthy Blend

    Lightly Salted Tosteds , Fruit & Dark Chocolate Chips

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  3. Your Satisfying Snack

    100% Dry Roasted, NOT Fried

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Producing Iowa grown soybeans since 1987.

Laura® Soybeans are bred specifically to make delicious soy milk, tofu and other soy based foods.

We Grow the Highest Quality Soybeans

The Chambers Family has over a 100 year tradition of farming. All our Laura® Soybeans are Laura® Soybean Products are grown, harvested,
processed and packaged right here on our 5th generation family farm.

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  • Super Green Smoothie

    January 18, 2019 10:23 AM | Laura Soybeans | Recipes

    It's hard to resist a freshly blended smoothie. This Super Green Smoothie is sweet, cold, and packed with healthy ingredients. Even if you don't always have the time to pull out the blender, you will love this great tasting smoothie!

    1 Cup of Laura Soy milk made with Laura Soybeans
    1 1/2 Cups of Frozen Spinach
    1 Cup of Frozen Bananas
    2 Fresh Nectarines
    8 Dates

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  • Top 3 Delicious Vegan Holiday Recipes Featuring Soy Milk

    December 15, 2018 12:01 PM | Laura Soybeans | Recipes

    Thanksgiving is past, but more holidays are yet to come, which means it is time to put together a whole slew of new holiday recipes. This holiday season, try something new, healthy, and delicious by treating your family to these top vegan holiday recipes.

    These holiday recipes make use of soy milk in unique and interesting ways, so your family won't even know the difference

    Top Vegan...

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  • 7 Reasons Why Soy Milk Is the Best Milk Alternative for People with Milk Allergies

    December 15, 2018 11:55 AM | Laura Soybeans | Blog

    Dairy is one of the most common allergens among infants and children. Between 2% and 4% of children have a milk allergy (that's more than peanuts). Though many children outgrow it by the time they reach their mid-teen years, it can be an allergy that lasts for life.

    In fact, between 15% and 75% of adults lack sufficient amounts of the enzyme needed to properly digest dairy...

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