What is soya oligosauce?

The term soya is derived from a word meaning “milk”.

Soy is the primary food source for many people around the world.

But, in many ways, it is more than just a bean or a grain.

Soy has a complex history that traces back to the origins of the Chinese people.

There are three main types of soybeans: A type that is a grain; A soybean that is fermented; and A soy bean that is turned into a paste that is used as a source of protein.

The word “soya” comes from the Old Chinese word for “milks”, “zhǎngyǒu” (那观), which means “milky white”.

The word is also used as an adjective to describe a smooth, dark brown soybean.

As a grain, soya has a rich texture, is used in a wide variety of foods, and is the source of some of the world’s most important foods, like soybeans, peanut butter, and cheese.

Soya is the main source of soy products in the world, but its production is changing.

The World Bank estimates that by 2050, soy production will drop by 90 percent and the world will need to use about 80 percent less soya.

So what’s causing the rapid decline in soy production?

As the global food system transitions to a more sustainable food system, many people have been relying on less and less sustainable products.

In recent years, the use of soy has dropped in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

However, in the EU, the trend is even more pronounced.

Soy imports in the European Union have fallen by more than half since the end of 2017.

The decline in imports of soy and soybean products has coincided with a sharp drop in demand, as consumers and farmers have switched to more sustainable farming practices.

These include planting crops on smaller plots, avoiding fertilizers and pesticides, and using less fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation, and other chemicals.

But as the number of soybean farms in Europe continues to decline, many farmers are turning to synthetic varieties.

Synthetic soy has become the most popular type of soy.

Synthetics are engineered to grow faster, and with fewer pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.

The use of synthetic soy is becoming more common in Europe, especially in the North and the Baltic regions.

Soy production in the U.S. is also on the decline, as more and more people are switching to more natural and sustainable foods.

In the U, soybean is used for food, and the U is one of the top soybean exporters in the country.

The U. S. soybean industry, however, is not doing well.

In 2016, the U’s soybean production was down by nearly 25 percent compared to the previous year.

And by 2020, soy producers in the state of Texas are planning to import another 15 percent of their soybeans.

In fact, the Soybean Futures and Soybean Supply Council of the U of T is estimating that by 2035, Texas soybean producers will need only 8 percent of the current production of the state’s soybeans to meet demand.

Soybean production in other parts of the developing world has also been on the rise, but is also facing a threat from a new threat.

So the U has been looking for a solution to the crisis of overuse and overfishing of soy in the Gulf of Mexico.

The region, and particularly the Ushuaia Islands in the South China Sea, have been subject to a lot of fishing pressure, which has led to a surge in the number and types of fish caught and consumed in the region.

But there is a new fish that is threatening to destroy much of the fish stocks that are already there.

The problem is called the “soy caries crisis”.

The soy caries epidemic in the Southeast Asian Pacific is being driven by the illegal fishing of large numbers of fish that have been caught illegally in Southeast Asia, but are caught and eaten by the locals, as well as the commercial fishermen in the surrounding waters.

But this is only part of the problem.

The rest of the pollution is coming from a much bigger problem, the pollution from the shipping of products from the region, such as soybeans and fishmeal.

The shipping of soy is a global phenomenon.

For decades, soy is grown in the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Indonesia itself.

There is also a small amount of soy grown in Brazil.

And these plants are not growing as fast as the other soy crops.

According to the World Bank, Brazil has a total soy production of more than 7.4 billion kilograms.

And there are a lot more soybean plants growing in Southeast Asian countries