Mattoon Soy Processing Plant

Located in Mattoon, Illinois, Clarkson’s soybean storage and processing facility is set up for superb identity protection for both organic and Non-GMO soy beans.

Features of our Mattoon plant:IMG_0882

  • 114 storage bins for excellent segregation and identity protection
  • Covered truck receiving
  • Identity-Preservation (IP) program
  • Soybean cleaning and packaging facility
  • Latest generation scanner in cleaning array
  • Whole soybeans cleaned, or cleaned and roasted
  • Pin milling line on-site
  • Convenient central Illinois location, near Interstates 57 and 70
First step in testing the quality of an in coming shipment of IP soybeans.
Preparing a sample for measuring GMO content.
IP soybean unloading site.
An unloaded truck departs.
100 separate bins for identity preserved (IP) handling of non-GMO and organic soybeans.
100 separate bins for identity preserved (IP) handling of non-GMO and organic soybeans.
Three truck/container load out bays to expedite shipments.
Loading a container shipment of non-GMO IP soybeans for export.
Loading a container shipment of non-GMO IP soybeans for export.
Roasting soy beans into soy nuts.
Freshly roasted soy nuts moving to the cooling table.
Stainless steel soy nut roasting line.
Kosher certified roasted soy nuts, pin milled into fine particles for making soy nut butter.
 

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