Fox News reports that many goya foods are fortified with calcium, magnesium and iron.
Goya food is often marketed as “healthful” and “nutritious,” but many consumers find it lacking in nutrients.
According to Fox News, the “goya” designation has become a marketing tool to sell products containing ingredients that contain a high percentage of sodium and potassium.
Goyas are typically made of soybeans, corn and canola, but they can contain a variety of other ingredients.
Gays tend to be less acidic than soybeans.
They are typically more nutritious, containing more vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but can contain lower amounts of fat.
According the Goya Project, the average American eats about 20 pounds of goya each year.
Gains, including some of the best-selling goya brands, can make up to $7 billion a year in the United States.
According a report by the Goya Project, most goya food contains between 1 and 6 grams of protein.
The American Heart Association recommends that people limit their intake of dairy products to one cup per day.
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