About No Sugar Added 3.0


About No Sugar Added 3.0


A Richer & More Satisfying Soya Milk

Lactose Free

Suitable for


Source of Protein (3g/100ml)

Naturally Low in Fat,
Saturated Fat and Sodium

Complete Protein
(Contains all the 9 essential amino acids)

Source of Dietary Fibre,
Vitamin A & D

Made with non-GMO
soya beans

Nutrients Per 100ml

Comparison of various commercially available UHT milk beverages in Malaysia
Protein (g)
Protein (g) 3.1g 3.0g 1.5g - 2.5g 0.4g - 0.6g 0.2g - 1.0g
Calcium (mg)
Calcium (mg) 130mg 120mg 0mg 120mg 120mg
Dietary Fibre (g)
Dietary Fibre (g) - 1.5g - 0.3g 0.8g - 1.5g

Comparison between No Sugar Added & No Sugar Added 3.0

  • Source of Protein (2.5g per 100ml)
  • A healthier alternative for consumers who prefer HOMESOY with NO SUGAR ADDED!
  • Source of Protein (3.0g per 100ml)
    - Highest protein in Malaysia soya category.
  • Source of Calcium (120g per 100ml)
    - Comparable to milk
  • Contain Dietary Fibre (1.5mg per 100ml)
    - As much dietary fibre as an apple

Great tasting soya milk. As Natural as You Can get

The higher protein content in HOMESOY 3.0 is achieved by our proprietary extraction technology that enhances the extraction of protein from the carefully selected soya beans. Therefore, the higher protein content in HOMESOY 3.0 Soya Milk comes naturally from the soya beans.
Yes, soya protein is a high-quality, complete protein that provided all the 9 essential amino acids in amounts needed by the body and can also be easily digested.
Complete protein has all the 9 essential amino acids, which our body cannot produce and must come from food intake.
HOMESOY 3.0 soya milk comes without any added sugar nor sweetener. We maintain the product as natural as it can be.
As a good source of calcium, HOMESOY 3.0 soya milk has 120mg of calcium per 100ml, making it comparable to most milk products in general. It also contains Vitamin A & D.
Yes, soya consumption has been linked to various health beneftis for women. Numerous scientific studies have indicated that soya consumption:
  • Reduce cholesterol level in our body
  • Reduce hot flashes in menopausal women
  • Improve skin health
  • Soya is one of the few plant-based proteins that has all the 9 essential amino acids which makes it a complete protein. Most plant-based proteins are considered incomplete because they do not have all the essential amino acids.

  • * Studies show that soya intake may help reduce breast cancer risks, especially Asian population.

    TrockBJ, Hilakivi-Clarke L, Clarke R. Meta-analysis of soy intake and breast cancer risk. J Natl CancerInst. 98(7):459-71, 2006.
    Wu AH, Yu MC, Tseng CC, Pike MC.
    Epidemiology of soy exposures and breast cancer risk. Br J Cancer.98(1):9-14, 2008.

Health Facts

Being at the forefront of the soya milk industry in Malaysia, it is our commitment to continue promoting the health and wellness of Malaysian consumers. Under the Soya Nutrition Unit, the Women Community Health Initiative is inaugurated to promote women's health and well being.

The health benefits of soya have been studied extensively for 30 years. Not only soya is anutritious food that can be easily incorporated into our diet to provide health benefits, consumption of soya as part of a healthy diet, has been shown in numerous studies to reduce the risk of breast cancer, coronary heart disease, osteoporosis and alleviate hot flashes during menopause.

Research Data

Soya & Gout

- Gout is caused by high uric acid levels in your blood. Extra uric acid can form crystals build-up around your joints, causing swelling and pain.

- High uric acid may be the result of diet high in purines or simply your body produces too much. Therefore, experts often recommend reducing the consumption of purine rich animal protein to reduce risk of recurrent gout attacks. Contrary to common belief, soya food have only moderate amount of purines and studies have found that soya food does not increase risk of gout.

- The Singapore Chinese Health Study that was conducted among 50,000 adults in Singapore and published in 2015 found those who consumed the most soya products were at lower risk of gout than those who ate the least.

1. Schlesinger N. Dietary factors and hyperuricaemia. CurrPharm Des. 2005;11(32):4133-8.
2. Zhang Y, Chen C, Choi H, et al. Purine-rich foods intake and recurrent gout attacks. Ann Rheum Dis. 2012;71(9):1448-53.
3. Hainer L, Matheson E, Wilkes Travis R. Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of gout. Am Fam Physician. 2014;90831-6.
4. Teng GG, Pan A, Yuan JM, Koh WP. Food sources of protein and risk of incident gout in the Singapore Chinese Health Study. Arthritis Rheumatol. 2015;67(7):1933-1942.

Soya & Cancer

In a joint report, the American Institute For Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund suggested that there was better survival among women with breast cancer who:

(a) have a healthy body weight,
(b) are physically active,
(c) eat foods containing dietary fiber,
(d) eat foods containing soya,
(e) or have lower fat or saturated fat intake.

American Institute for Cancer Research, World Cancer Research Fund. Diet, nutrition, physical activity and breast cancer survivors. Updated 2018. Continuous update project (https://www.aicr.org/research/the-continuous-update-project/breast-cancer-survivorship.html). Assessed 14 April 2022.

Soya & Breast Cancer Studies

- Many studies suggest that soya may help protect against breast cancer especially in the Asian populations.

- In 2020, a large study among 300,000 Chinese women with data from the China KadoorieBiobank Study, over a 10-year follow up period, showed no evidence of association between soya food intake and increased breast cancer risk. A dose-response meta-analysis of 8 prospective studies along with this study (total of 631,498 women) found that higher amount of soya intake might provide reasonable benefits for the prevention of breast cancer.

1. Trock BJ, Hilakivi-Clarke L, Clarke R. Meta-analysis of soy intake and breast cancer risk. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2006;98(7):459-71.
2. Wu AH, Yu MC, Tseng CC, Pike MC. Epidemiology of soy exposures and breast cancer risk. Br J Cancer. 2008;98(1):9-14.
3. Wei Y, LvJ, Guo Y, et al. Soy intake and breast cancer risk: a prospective study of 300,000 Chinese women and a dose-response meta-analysis. EurJ Epidemiol. 2020;35(6):567-578.

Nutrition while Breastfeeding

Here is the explanation for
“More Protein during Breastfeeding”

During the first 6 months of breastfeeding, you need more protein to help your body recover from pregnancy and support breast milk production.

Soya Milk is a high-quality plant protein food - a complete protein & easily digested.

A complete protein contains all the 9 essential amino acids, which our body cannot produce and must come from food. Soya is one of the very few plant-based protein that is a complete protein.

Here is the explanation for
“More Calcium During Breastfeeding”

Calcium is taken from your bones during breast milk production to supply to our baby's calcium needs.

Calcium-fortified Soya Milk is one of the good sources of calcium

Getting enough calcium is important to help strengthen your bones and prevent bone loss. Vitamin D also helps with calcium absorption.

Breastfeeding can help protect mothers from developing breast & ovarian cancer.

Hospital Program

We are providing free HOMESOY 3.0 Soya Milk during lunch at selected hospital’s maternity wards as part of the mother’s healthy diet.
  • HOMESOY has been providing free soya milk to hospital maternity wards as well as giving a pack of HOMESOY 3.0 Soya Milk for the mothers to take home.
  • We believe it is best for mothers to have nutritious, well-balanced diet to ensure optimal nourishment during breastfeeding as her body requires additional protein & calcium for breast milk production.
    • More protein for her body to recover from pregnancy and to support breast milk production
    • More calcium as calcium is taken from her bones during breast milk production to supply to the baby's calcium needs
    • 2 cups of HOMESOY 3.0 Soya Milk provides more than 50% of their additional protein and total calcium needs, making it nutritionally comparable to most milk products.

Breast Cancer Awareness Initiatives

We are working in collaboration with hospitals and non profit organizations such as Cancer Research Malaysia in raising awareness and making a difference in breast cancer.

Listen to the recorded podcast on:-

Breast cancer & prevention from
Professor Datin Paduka Teo Soo Huang,
Chief Scientific Officer from Cancer Research Malaysia

Breast Cancer initiatives on Homesoy Soya Milk by
Soo Sek Yow, Head of Soya Nutrition Unit

Fundraising For Cancer Research

Through our fundraising initiative, for every pack of HOMESOY 3.0 sold, RM0.10 will be donated to breast cancer research.

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About Homesoy

“HOMESOY” denotes home-style recipe, naturalness and authentic.

It is a wholesome beverage for the whole family.

Unique Selling Point

Non-GMO Soyabeans

We are made with Canadian soya beans

Dairy Free

For those who are vegan & lactose intolerant

No Preservatives

Our production technology and aseptic environment resulted in no need for chemical additives or preservatives

Our Story

The brand name " denotes the meaning of warmth and family The brand icon - 'soya in a bowl' denotes naturalness, wholesome and home style recipe HOMESOY is available in all major supermarkets, retail outlets, food courts, food kiosks in major towns.

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