SB&B Growers

Our Grower Relations Team

American farmers are very important supply chain partners to SB&B. We believe that honesty, integrity, respect and fairness foster our relationships to ensure sustainable operations. For multiple generations, SB&B has been connecting the global marketplace with the farmer’s food production. SB&B does not speculate the food market, we only contract what we sell.

Expanding across the upper Midwest, we deliver a diverse genetic lineup that will handle many soil types, disease pressures and maturity ranges. We strive in the opportunity to place the right genetics that fits your ground profile to ensure maximum profitability. We capitalize on providing farmers an opportunity to understand where their food production is going and get paid fairly for the quality they produce

JOIN THE FOOD-GRADE MOVEMENT

Year after year, you head into spring with the same rotation: planting corn and soybeans. But what if
there was a way to diversify and turn a larger profit, while continuing to do what you know and love? It
may be time to consider adding food-grade soybeans into your operation. Food-grade soybeans are
specific varieties selected for characteristics ideal for the production of tofu, natto, soy milk, and other
soy foods.

Here are 3 reasons why you should consider joining us in the food-grade movement:
1. IDENTITY PRESERVATION
SB&B works hard to maintain top-notch traceability methods that allow their growers to
pinpoint each step in the supply process, further increasing the value of the product.
2. PREMIUM
The premium payments for food-grade soybeans is a direct reflection of the demand for these
unique varieties. Consumers are willing to pay a higher price for enhanced-quality soybeans, and
soybean handlers are willing to pass that along to the farmers.
3. PRIDE
Food grade soybeans are a high-end quality crop and that alone is pride worthy. When it comes
to marketing soybeans, there are numerous opportunities available, but none quite like knowing
your product is making an actual difference in someone’s life - and on their dinner plate.
SB&B offers contracts that work within your current business operation and is fully invested in bringing
your food-grade soybeans to market.

Scott M. Sinner
Partner | Supply
SB&B Foods, LLC

701-347-3102

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Scott, a partner at Sinner Brothers and Bresnahan, is also the Procurement Manager for SB&B, where he manages our contracted production across the upper Midwest with a focus on North Dakota, South Dakota, and Northern Minnesota.  Scott also oversees our proprietary genetics program.  Scott joined SB&B Foods, Inc. in 2003 to manage procurement and assist in sales to the international marketplace.  He transitioned to procurement full time in 2006.

Scott graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelors of Administration in Secondary Education.

Scott lives in Fargo, ND with his wife Stephanie.  In his spare time, Scott enjoys golf, travel, movies, the Dallas Cowboys, and New York Mets.  He volunteers for Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and is on the board of directors for Moorhead Country Club.

Troy Berndt
Supplier Relations Manager
SB&B Foods, LLC

715-928-1623

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Troy, Grower Relations Specialist at SB&B, focuses on Wisconsin and Southern Minnesota production regions.  Troy joined SB&B in 2010.  Initially, Troy was hired to oversee receiving at Identity Ag – Wisconsin.  Troy transitioned to the Procurement team at SB&B in 2014.

Troy graduated from the University of Minnesota – Crookston with an Associates degree in Diversified Agricultural Production.  He also played basketball.  Troy then went on to the University of Wisconsin – River Falls and graduated with a bachelors degree in Agriculture Production.

Troy lives in Baldwin, WI with his wife Autumn and two daughters.  In his spare time, Troy enjoys running, biking, and hiking.  Troy still hobby farms on his family farm in Northern Minnesota and is a master basketball referee in Wisconsin.   He volunteers on his church council.