A soybean processing facility in Decatur, Indiana, operated by grain handler Bunge Global that was damaged last week, was back to being fully operational from Sunday, the company said in a statement to Reuters on Monday.

The Decatur plant outage last week was a result of a damage to a natural gas pipeline that feeds the site, and was estimated to resume operations by the weekend.

The Decatur facility is one of the nine soy processing plants operated by Bunge in the United States and one of the two that the world's largest oilseed processor owns in Indiana.

Reporting by Savyata Mishra in Bengaluru; Editing by Rashmi Aich