An international food and nutrition advisory organization has released a new recipe book that provides guidance on how to use Incaparina, which is made with U.S. soy and corn by World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) partner Alimentos, S.A. in Guatemala.Current WISHH Chairman Daryl Cates tries Guatemalan recipes made with Incaparina during WISHH Farmer Travel to Guatemala in 2015.Alimentos markets soy-based foods and beverages to consumers of all income levels throughout Central America. The Guatemalan school nutrition and other social programs are a major market for the company’s soy-based foods. As a result of WISHH’s teamwork with the company, the Salvadoran government now also buys Alimentos’ products for its school meals program.The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) supports the Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance Project that developed the Spanish-language recipe book and guide for the government of Guatemala and USAID/Guatemala partner staff. The new guide and recipe book promotes nutritious, accessible and affordable foods to improve the diets of women and young children in Guatemala’s Western Highlands.The guide’s multiple recommendations on how to use Incaparina further affirms the value of soy in nutrition programs for children and women. Alimentos remains committed to delivering additional U.S. soy-based Incaparina products to the market this year.