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eNews from Wednesday, October 1, 1997

New Bluebook Delivers

“The answer to one of our most often asked questions is ‘Yes!’” says Soyatech, Inc. publisher Peter Golbitz. “The 1998 Soya Bluebook Plus includes a complete list of U.S. oilseed crushing plants.”

The 1998 Soya Bluebook Plus is available and, in addition to the exclusive list of crushing plants, contains a number of other new features. A special Internet section includes an index of over 200 oilseed-related Internet addresses. The expanded reference section now offers six pages of nutritional data, 65 updated statistical tables and graphs, and an enlarged glossary of oilseed terminology.
Soyatech’s annual directory of the world oilseed industry also lists detailed information on more than 3,000 companies from 100 countries including oilseed processors and marketers, equipment and service companies, and government agencies and trade associations. The 1998 edition has over 1,600 new or updated listings and includes hundreds of new e-mail addresses.

“Many people will find that the new features alone are well worth the price of the book,” states Mr. Golbitz.

The cost of the 1998 Soya Bluebook Plus is $60, mailed to the U.S., Canada and Mexico, or $75 mailed to all other countries. The price includes a subscription to the newsletter, Bluebook Update.
For more information, contact Soyatech by phone: 1.800.424.SOYA or 207.288. 4969; fax: 207.288.5264; or E-mail: or visit the website: http://www.

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