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Soybeans, Organic 25 Lb. Bag

Buy bulk organic soybeans
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Organic Clear Hilum Soybeans, 25 lbs.

Our soybeans are certified organic, triple-cleaned and perfect for making tofu, soymilk, tempeh, and more.

Convenient & safe storage

Our Clear Hilum soy beans are certified organic and non-GMO, and come in heavy duty multi-ply paper bags. Each bag is shipped inside a cardboard box. Each bag contains 25 lbs. net weight of organic soybeans. Stored at room temperature, they have a shelf life of three years. We recommend transferring them after purchase to a pest-proof container such as a plastic bucket equipped with a resealable Gamma Lid.

  • “I've been using the organic soy bean from PHG for several months. They have more taste and aroma like those I used to have back in the 70's. They look more natural, unlike those big and perfectly shaped beans produced probably by industrialized farms using chemical fertilizers.”

    – Jing Z., MD


All of our bulk soybeans are triple-cleaned to ensure purity and protect your grain mill from any foreign objects. (Soybeans that aren't sufficiently cleaned may contain small stones that will damage or destroy a grain mill... not to mention that you don't want such things in your food!)


All of Pleasant Hill Grain's whole food products are natural (non-GMO). Also, PHG does not sell any grains, beans, lentils, pulses or seeds sourced from China.

Shelf Life

Our organic soybeans have a shelf life of 3 years when unopened and stored in a cool, dark, dry environment.

Additional Options

Pleasant Hill Grain offers over thirty kinds of whole grain products. None of our grains, seeds, legumes, or pulses are sourced from China. Wondering which grains are gluten free? Check out our list of grains that are inherently gluten free.

Our foods category offers many selections of baking ingredients, delicious dried fruits and vegetables, long-term storable foods, canned meat, fish and poultry, sweeteners and more.

As a whole grains shopper you may also be interested in hand crank and electric grain mills and grain flakers as well as heavy duty Bosch mixers, Ankarsrum (formerly Electrolux) mixersHäussler spiral dough mixers and Famag spiral dough mixers!

Gamma Seal lids are remarkably practical two-part gadgets that transform standard plastic buckets into rugged, gasketed, resealable storage containers that are both air-tight and water-tight.

  • “Love the quality of these beans. They make amazing soy milk. Best price I have found as well.”

    – Brianna P., UT

Shipping Zones

Please note: The shipping zones below are for the 48 contiguous states. For shipment to AK/HI, please call (866) 467-6123 or email us for a cost quote. 

Identify your shipping zone (1 or 2), then select that zone from the drop-down menu near the top of this page.

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Non-GMO Project verifiedThe grain on this page is Non-GMO Project verified. 

The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. The Non-GMO Project is North America’s most trusted third party verification for non-GMO food and products.


Organic soybeans.

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Gluten Free Yes
Allergen Statement Processed in a facility that handles barley, sesame seeds, soybeans, wheat, and peanuts.
Certifications USDA Organic
Length 20.1"
Width 12.2"
Height 4.7"
Product Weight (lbs.) 26 lb.
Net Weight 25 lb.
Origin USA


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Shipping is included in product price, by zone. Please see the zone table on the Description tab.



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  • Had to be organic
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    I make Japanese Natto for my husband. Natto is a natural blood clot preventer made with fermented soybeans. I ferment 16 cups of soybeans every six weeks. They have to be organic so they were not GMO. I've been using Pleasant Hill Grain's organic soybeans for around five years. They have the best deal and I trust them.
    26 out of 26 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Soybeans the best!
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    Compared to another brand I thought I was sold on that was non-gmo but not organic, these soybeans are so much better: a bit of a darker hue, very slightly smaller, but most importantly "more tender. " What I mean by that is, they readily soak up the soaking water and readily give up their skins before blending; to the touch are simply more tender. It's like when you touch one of these and one of the others, you can tell these will be more easily digestible. When I teach soy milk making I have my students touch these beans and also handle the other beans both dry and after soaking and they can readily see the difference. I am so grateful to Pleasant Hill for maintaining quality with soybeans in an era that regards them as animal feed. Thank you!
    21 out of 21 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Excellent
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Great organic soybeans! The soymilk and tofu I made had a clean, fresh taste!
    12 out of 12 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Great price for organic soy beans
    By on - Verified Buyer
    I make Natto (fermented soybeans) for my husband and I and this was the best price I found. I have been buying them from Pleasant Hill Grain several years and they always arrive very quickly.
    10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Soaks 25% larger with a fresh taste and minimal bean-like aroma
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The Pleasant Hill organic soy beans plump up 25% larger than other organic soy beans at the local store, and they produce minimal bean-like aroma. The first time I soaked them, they were so large, I wondered if I soaked white navy beans by mistake.

    They produce a soy milk that is mild and creamy with a much fresher okara (soy pulp) that works wonderfully in recipes. The soy milk is great for breakfast cereal, and it replaces dairy milk easily in recipes without the adjustments needed from local store organic soy beans.

    The bag warns that there may be foreign material, which is a concern for milling. Though the soy beans are very clean, and only need a quick inspection before milling. Please also consider sealing them in multiple Mylar bags, and storing them in a Gamma seal bucket for protection and easy access.
    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Org. soybeans the BEST!
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Pleasant Hills 1st time customer. 25 lbs arrived fast in quality package. I'm a newbie making at food source of K2(MK-7) which we need to take with our D3! Food source or supplement a must. Your clean little beans made the creamiest wonderful natto! Soaked/rinsed the beans overnight then pressure cooked, skins separated readily. Thank goodness I found you & thank you for being mindful by providing organic/non-GMO affordably!
    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Excellent Quality Soybeans
    By on - Verified Buyer
    It' an excellent quality soybean with a reasonable price. This is second time I am ordering and I appreciate their kind service. The shipping was fast too. I trust U. S. grown organic products and this is it.
    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Healthy Choice!
    By on - Verified Buyer
    I ordered the soybeans because the organic markets that I go to did not carry them. The soybeans are in very good quality and I've been eating them for almost 9 months. I use it mainly to make soy milk and soy pancake. The price seem reasonable and I feel I can trust this company for the product.
    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Organic soy beans
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The best soy bean! We've bought them from Pleasant Hill for four years. We use them for miso and it's been best miso taste ever!
    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Great Organic Soy Beans at a Great Price
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The soybeans were fresh and clean. They make great soy milk and soy yogurt. Will continue to get them at this site.
    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
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