Soya Doc

“Soya Doc” is a term commonly used in some regions to refer to soybean meal, which is also known as soyabean deoiled cakes (DOC). It is the solid residue left over after soybeans are processed to extract soybean oil. Soya Doc or soybean meal is widely used as a protein-rich ingredient in animal feed, including feed for poultry, pigs, cattle, horses, sheep, and fish. It serves as a valuable source of protein and other nutrients essential for animal growth and development. The term “Soya Doc” simply abbreviates “soyabean deoiled cakes” and is used interchangeably with “soybean meal” in some contexts.


  • Contains 48% Proteins
  • Contains below 1% SS
  • Contains 5% Fibre
  • Good source of energy
  • Rich in protein
  • Contains less fat
  • Low on moisture (11%)
  • Free from harmful adulterants
  • Available in : Jute and PP bags

Specification of Soya Doc

Commodity NameSoya Doc
Moisture12%  Max
Sand & Silica 2.5% Max

6% Max


Enquiry Now

Scroll to Top