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Jason Mattson, center, describes the use of a crop sprayer to a delegation from Bangladesh and Pakistan during a visit to his family farm Tuesday, June 17, 2014, in Lake Park, Minn., to learn about soy production. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Michael Vosburg

Trade group from Bangladesh, Pakistan learn about benefits of soy flour during tour of Minnesota

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LAKE PARK, MINN. – Shafiqur Bhuiyan picked up an old corncob left on a soybean farm Tuesday, turning it in his hand and inspecting it.

“I think this is very interesting,” he said.

Bhuiyan, the president of a biscuit manufacturing association in Bangladesh, traveled with four other men to the U.S. this week to learn about soy flour. On Tuesday, he saw how soybeans are grown on American farms.

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