In an effort to reduce formaldehyde in casework and promote wood as a responsibly renewable resource, we're evaluating plywood products that visibly demonstrate the commitment to reduced toxicity and embodied carbon through exposing the plywood edge.  It seems that the only products that use only soy-based adhesives are 5-ply versions of plywood with much thicker plys than the 11-ply, more common baltic birch which uses phenol to bind the plies - though some mfrs use the soy-based adhesive for the face sheet.

Is anyone familiar with a 3/4" 11-ply plywood that uses NAF adhesive throughout the panel lay-up?