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Juin 2020
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1- ACTUALITES ET ACTEURS – NEWS & STAKEHOLDERS
ROBERTET EXPANDS IN BRAZIL
Robertet Group expands in Brazil! At the end of March, Robertet inaugurated a new production unit in the Sao Paulo metropolitan area. The inauguration ceremony took place two weeks before the quarantine was implemented in the state of São Paulo…
Herba invests €10m in protein and starch production lines, expands pulse flour portfolio

Herba Ingredients has opened a state-of-the-art production line for protein and starch concentrates. With this latest production line, the company increases its production capacity for its pea and faba bean concentrates and also expands on its pulse flours portfolio…
Tereos profite de la reprise du sucre

« L’amélioration de nos résultats, après deux années de crise sucrière, confirme le bien-fondé de notre choix de ne pas fermer d’usine en Europe ainsi que de diversifier notre groupe », estime Jean-Charles Lefebvre, président du conseil de surveillance de Tereos. Pour son exercice 2019-2020, clos au 31 mars, le groupe coopératif, soutenu par l’amélioration des cours mondiaux, a enregistré une croissance de son chiffre d’affaires…
Deeper collaboration of Chempolis and Fortum Bio2X aims for commercialisation
Fortum and Chempolis, a technology company specialized in fractionation of biomass, have signed a collaboration agreement to perform test runs of straw-based cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin samples at Chempolis’s test facility in Oulu, Finland. In addition, the agreement covers engineering work for commercial biorefinery projects…
Eevia Health Prepares to Increase Elderberry Extract Production

Eevia Health Oy, a Finnish producer of organic-certified plant extracts, has received large orders from US customers for Elderberry extract, which is very popular as an immune-stimulant among other indications. Eevia Health Oy produces standardized plant extracts from plant raw materials, especially berries such as lingonberries, bilberries, and other plant and fungi-material such as pine bark and Chaga mushroom…
Indena completes cosmetics business sale to Givaudan

Italian botanicals firm Indena completes the sale of its nutricosmetics business to Swiss-based Givaudan in a deal that began in 2019 and introduces a manufacturing and innovation pact between the two firms. The deal builds on an existing long-term relationship that sees Indena continue to manufacture ingredients for Givaudan and to provide innovation capabilities and other supporting services…
Nuseed in omega-3 oil production from canola to sell to salmon farmers

The first commercial quantities of omega-3 oils grown from canola in the US by Nuseed are ready to sell into the global aquaculture market. And the Nufarm subsidiary plans to double production this year in a bid to rapidly build up stocks of the oil normally derived from fish, such as salmon or trout. But it may be a few years before Nuseed’s Aquaterra branded product is grown in Australia.Omega-3 oils have major remedial roles…
Givaudan – Strengthening our expertise in sustainable disruptive biotechnology processes

As part of its long term strategy to expand its capabilities in bio-engineering technologies, Givaudan today announced that it is to acquire Alderys. Founded in 2009, Alderys is an innovative French biotechnology company headquartered in Orsay, France, employing 30 people. Alderys develops innovative approaches to the biological engineering of valuable compounds from renewable feedstock. The projects developed by Alderys are aimed at the chemical and…
Hamrick Engineering extracts both arabinogalactan and taxifolin from larch wood chips

Hamrick Engineering has successfully and economically extracted arabinogalactan and taxifolin from larch (tamarack) wood chips, and been granted patents for this technique in the countries with the most larch trees – the USA, Canada and Russia. This technique is scalable to the sizes needed for large pulp and paper mills. Arabinogalactan and taxifolin have been shown to have significant probiotic…
ARCEANE conseille Jean-Noël VILLEMIN dans la reprise de BARB’ART
ARCEANE conseille Jean-Noël VILLEMIN et sa holding FEZOGA, dans la reprise de la marque BARB’ART qui commercialise en ligne des produits de soin de la barbe et de cosmétique masculine. Créée par Mostpha AMGHAR à Montauban (82), BARB’ART s’est imposée comme l’une des marques phares de produits à barbe confectionnés avec des huiles végétales, des beurres et des plantes naturelles et BIO. Après ERICSON LABORATOIRE en début d’année…
Le Cefic émet des recommandations pour le Green Deal de l’UE

Le Cefic a réaffirmé son adhésion au projet de loi européenne sur le climat, déposé en mars par l’Union européenne. Ce projet indique différents axes d’actions, permettant d’atteindre la neutralité carbone à l’horizon 2050. Dans ce cadre, la fédération européenne préconise un certain nombre de recommandations pour la réussite du Green Deal…
Acquisition de Lesaffre en Chine

Lesaffre a pris une participation majoritaire dans le chinois Biohymn Biotechnology. Produisant des levures et des extraits de levure, cette entreprise vient compléter le dispositif mis en place par le groupe français en Chine depuis plus de vingt ans : acquisition d’une usine en 1999, nouvelles usines en partenariat avec Donta puis, en 2015, prise de participation majoritaire dans Sungain…
CFIA : retour à Rennes en septembre et nouvelles dates pour 2021
Après avoir décidé d’organiser le CFIA 2020 à Nantes, les organisateurs ont annoncé que cette 24e édition se tiendrait bien au Parc des expositions de Rennes aux mêmes dates, les 29, 30 septembre et 1er octobre. Quant au CFIA Rennes 2021, il est décalé et se tiendra les 8, 9 et 10 juin. Enfin, la première édition du CFIA Toulouse a été reportée à une date ultérieure.
Activ’Inside in US$19m collaboration to fight cognitive decline in elderly

Active plant ingredient supplier Activ’Inside is launching the Silver Brain Food project, which aims to fight cognitive decline in the elderly. This will be done by developing local and personalized solutions, products and services to promote a nutrient-rich diet. The program – which has a total budget of €16.3 million (US$18.5 million) – is in collaboration with the University Laboratories of NutriNeuro and Bordeaux Population Health, as well as…
Fast-Growing Algaia Secures €2.2 Million For Seaweed Solution Which Adds Juiciness to Vegan Burgers

Algaia, a fast-growing biomarine ingredients company based in Paris, has received €2.2m funding to continue fueling its double-digit growth. One of Algaia’s main growth engine is a new range of seaweed-based texturing solutions named VegAlg which helps shape and structure, and add juiciness to plant-based burgers. The company has received a total of €7 million for its manufacturing facility in Lannilis, Britany, France with another…
Seqens va installer un pilote de chimie en continu à Porcheville

D’ici à la fin de l’année, le groupe de chimie fine lyonnais Seqens aura équipé son centre de recherche Seqens Lab, basé à Porcheville dans les Yvelines, d’une nouvelle unité pilote GMP, capable de réaliser des réactions en continu (flow chemistry). Cette unité pourra accueillir des réactions de nitration, diazotation ou halogénation et produire des lots commerciaux jusqu’à l’échelle de la tonne…
Biolie ou l’art de sublimer les déchets en cosmétique

La tendance de la valorisation de co-produits des différentes industries a le vent en poupe dans le secteur cosmétique. Beaucoup de fournisseurs d’actifs se mettent à proposer des ingrédients issus de déchets. Chez Biolie, ce principe d’économie circulaire n’est pas nouveau, au contraire, il fait partie des piliers de l’entreprise. Entretien avec Nicolas Attenot, fondateur de Biolie et homme de conviction…
TERRES UNIVIA SOUTIENT LES START-UP DE L’AGRI FOOD
Terres Univia continue d’encourager les jeunes entreprises prometteuses de l’Agri-Food pour valoriser les débouchés des oléo-protéagineux. Kedelaï, la start-up à qui l’Interprofession a décerné le prix Pulses lors des Protein Awards, vient d’intégrer le programme d’accélération ToasterLAB. Cet accélérateur va permettre à cette jeune entreprise de donner concrètement vie à son projet : commercialiser des tempeh de légumineuses…
Biotech Santé Bretagne, un nouveau centre de référence pour l’innovation en Santé et Biotechnologies !

Biotech Santé Bretagne, un nouveau centre de référence pour l’innovation en Santé et Biotechnologies Après la fusion d’ID2Santé dans Biotech Santé Bretagne, c’est l’intégration de CBB Capbiotek qui vient d’être approuvée par les Assemblées Générales. Les 2 CRITT historiques, labellisés « Cellule de Diffusion Technologique »…
Soutien à l’innovation : création du label AgriO reconnu par la « French Tech Seed » pour les start-ups agri/agro en recherche d’investisseurs

Fort de sa sélection à l’appel à manifestation d’intérêt lancé par Bpifrance et de sa reconnaissance comme apporteur d’affaires « French Tech Seed » en février 2020, le consortium AgriO propose un nouveau processus de labellisation à de jeunes entreprises innovantes en recherche d’investisseurs. Délivré par des experts des mondes agricoles, agro-industriels ou agroalimentaires à…
2- TECHNOLOGIES D’EXTRACTION ET DE PURIFICATION – EXTRACTION & PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Ultrasound-assisted extraction of bioactive alkaloids from Phellodendri amurensis cortex using deep eutectic solvent aqueous solutions
Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) are emerging as green and sustainable solvents for the efficient extraction of bioactive compounds. In this study, a series of DESs was prepared using choline chloride with natural, renewable organic acids, polyalcohols, or sugars. The physicochemical properties of their aqueous solutions were investigated. Subsequently, evaluation of the extraction of bioactiveberberineandpalmatinefrom a traditional Chinese herb,Phellodendri amurensiscortex (PAC), using these…
An integrated approach to obtain xylo-oligosaccharides from sugarcane straw: From lab to pilot scale.
Sugarcane straw (SS) is a widely available agricultural processing feedstock with the potential to produce 2nd generation bioethanol and bioproducts, in addition to the more conventional use for heat and/or electrical power generation. In this study, we investigated the operational parameters to maximize the production of xylo-oligosaccharides (XOS) using mild deacetylation, followed by hydrothermal pretreatment. From the laboratory to the pilot-scale, the optimized two-stage pretreatment…
Optimization of acid-extraction of pectic fraction from grape (Vitis vinifera cv. Chardonnay) pomace, a Winery Waste.
Chardonnay grape pomace was evaluated as a source of pectin. A central composite design was used in order to determine the effect of pH, extraction time (Et) and liquid: solid ratio (LS) on the yield and uronic acid (UA) content of the pectins extracted using boiling HNO3 solution. The optimized extraction condition to reach the maximum yield and UA was pH = 2.08, Et = 135.23 min and LS = 35.11 ml/g, resulting in theoretical yield of 12.8% and UA of 64.4%. The experimental yield of the pectic…
Membrane separation processes for the extraction and purification of steviol glycosides: an overview.
Steviol glycosides (SGs), as natural sweeteners from Stevia rebaudiana, are currently employed for replacing sugar and its derivatives in several food products and formulations. Such compounds play an essential role in human health. Their usage provides a positive effect on preventing diseases related to sugar consumption, including diabetes mellitus, cancer, and lipid metabolism disorders. The traditional extraction of SGs is performed by means of solvent extraction, which limits…
Enzyme-Assisted Fucoidan Extraction from Brown Macroalgae Fucus distichus subsp. evanescens and Saccharina latissima
Fucoidans from brown macroalgae (brown seaweeds) have different structures and many interesting bioactivities. Fucoidans are classically extracted from brown seaweeds by hot acidic extraction. Here, we report a new targeted enzyme-assisted methodology for fucoidan extraction from brown seaweeds. This enzyme-assisted extraction protocol involves a one-step combined use of a commercial cellulase preparation (Cellic®CTec2) and an alginate lyase from Sphingomonas sp. (SALy), reaction at pH 6.0…
Valorization of banana and red beetroot peels: Determination of basic macrocomponent composition, application of novel extraction methodology and assessment of biological activity in vitro
The nutritional and bioactive content of banana and red beetroot peels was investigated. The basic macrocomponent composition was determined using standard AOAC (Association of Official Analytical Chemists) methods, while the recovery efficiency of bioactive compounds was investigated using conventional and innovative extraction techniques (subcritical water extraction, ultrasound-and microwave-assisted extraction). Extracts were analyzed for biological effects in vitro on human hepatic…
Integrated protein extraction with bio-oil production for microalgal biorefinery
The economic feasibility of biofuel production from microalgae can benefit from the development of integrated processes that extract all valuable components from microalgal biomass. In this work, protein extraction of Chlorella vulgaris was integrated with bio-oil production using the protein-extracted microalgae. To extract the protein, the biomass was hydrolyzed at various pH, temperatures and times and then sonicated. This method recovered nearly 80% of the protein fraction from hydrolysis…
Multistage aqueous and non-aqueous extraction of bio-molecules from microalga Phaeodactylum tricornutum
A multi-step aqueous and non-aqueous extraction procedure was applied to recovery bio-molecules from Phaeodactylum tricornutum. The process include that physical pre-treatments (high voltage electrical discharges (HVED, 40 kV/cm, 1–8 ms, HVED samples) or high pressure homogenization (HPH, 1200 bar, 10 passes, P samples)) (1st step); aqueous extraction (2nd step); pigments extraction in ethanol (3rd step); and lipids extraction in CHCl3/MeOH (4th step). The extractability of ionics…
Development and validation of an ultrasound-assisted supercritical carbon-dioxide procedure for the production of essential oils from Perilla frutescens
Four different isolation techniques, the ultrasound-assisted supercritical CO2 (UscCO2) extraction, traditional supercritical CO2 (TscCO2) extraction, steam distillation (STD) and heat-reflux extraction (HRE), were utilized to isolate volatile oils from the purple leaves of P. frutescens. The highest yield of volatile oils obtained by the UscCO2 procedure was 1.62% (weight of extracted oil/dry weight of plant material), which was 13.7, 30.2 and 72.2% higher than the oil yields obtained by…
A wet-screening strategy for flaxseed dehulling and compositional quantification of the separated fractions
A facile strategy for dehulling of six Canadian flaxseed cultivars using ethanol wash in combination with wet-screening was reported. Quantitative determinations of nutritional components including oil, sterol, protein, carbon and cyclolinopide in each separated fraction were also performed. Results showed that an efficient separation of hull, kernel and oil from the whole seed is achieved, because ethanol wash can eliminate the stubborn interference of flaxseed oil, thus facilitating…
Salting-out extraction of acetoin from fermentation broths using hydroxylammonium ionic liquids as extractants
The salting-out extraction (SOE) systems based on ionic liquids (ILs) have attracted extensive attention in the separation of bio-based products, in which imidazolium ILs were widely studied. However, the high cost and toxicity have hindered their further industrial application. Hydroxylammonium ILs have the characteristics of cheap raw material, simple synthesis process and low toxicity, but are rarely used in the SOE systems. In this work, five hydroxylammonium ILs…
Sequential subcritical water process applied to orange peel for the recovery flavanones and sugars
The economically viable orange peel biorefinery can be based on a single process capable of extraction and hydrolysis. One of the major barriers in the OP biorefinery concept is the lack of an efficient separation technology for the complete removal of valuable components from the biomass. To address this issue, a new two-step hydrothermal process for sequential removal flavanones and sugars was evaluated. In the first stage, flavanones are extracted by subcritical water at 150 °C…
Integrated biorefinery approach to valorize winery waste: A review from waste to energy perspectives
The ever-increasing environmental crisis, depleting natural resources, and uncertainties in fossil fuel availability have rekindled researchers’ attention to develop green and environmentally friendlier strategies. In this context, a biorefinery approach with a zero-waste theme has stepped-up as the method of choice for sustainable production of an array of industrially important products to address bio-economy challenges. Grape winery results in substantial quantities of solid organic…
Valorization of olive mill leaves through ultrasound-assisted extraction
Olive leaves farmed from trees are valuable for the production of functional extracts. Nonetheless, olive leaves (containing thin branches), which are separated during olives cleaning in the mill, have received little attention. In this context, a multiple response optimization was performed to maximize at once the yield, total phenolic content, oleouropein and antioxidant activity obtained by ultrasound-assisted extraction of this low-cost byproduct. The optimum was achieved using…
Switchable solvent N, N, N’, N’-tetraethyl-1, 3-propanediamine was dissociated into cationic surfactant to promote cell disruption and lipid extraction from wet microalgae for biodiesel production.
Switchable solvent N, N, N’, N’-tetraethyl-1,3-propanediamine (TEPDA) was proposed to extract lipids from wet Nannochloropsis oceanica with a 5% higher extraction efficiency than chloroform-methanol. It was found that TEPDA acted mainly as an organic solvent to soften and dissolve lipids, while a small amount of TEPDA was dissociated into tertiary amine ion, i.e.,(C2H5)2N-(CH2)3-NH+(C2H5)2. This cation acted as a surfactant to promote cell disruption and lipid separation…
Extraction and preliminary purification of polysaccharides from Camellia oleifera Abel. seed cake using a thermoseparating aqueous two-phase system based on EOPO copolymer and deep eutectic solvents
A thermoseparating aqueous two-phase system (ATPS) based on ethylene oxide-propylene oxide (EOPO) copolymer and deep eutectic solvents (DES) was developed for the extraction and preliminary purification of polysaccharides in Camellia oleifera Abel. seed cake. DESs were used as the extraction media for obtaining the crude extract. The maximum extraction yield (Y) of polysaccharides was 152.37 mg/g in the crude extract. Then the crude polysaccharides were extracted and preliminary purified by…
Conventional and nonconventional extraction techniques for optimal extraction processes of rosmarinic acid from six Lamiaceae plants as determined by HPLC-DAD measurement
The goal of this study was to improve the extraction efficiency of rosmarinic acid (RA) from Lamiaceae herbs (lemon balm, peppermint, oregano, rosemary, sage, and thyme) using various extraction techniques (maceration with stirring, MACS; heat reflux, HRE; and microwave-assisted extraction, MAE) and extraction conditions (solvent acidity, solvent type, extraction time and temperature). The RA content was measured by high-performance liquid chromatography with diode-array detection (HPLC-DAD)…
PROCESS OF EXTRACTING OIL FROM THIN STILLAGE
A process of recovering oil, comprising (a) converting a starch-containing material into dextrins with an alpha-amylase; (b) saccharifying the dextrins using a carbohydrate source generating enzyme to form a sugar; (c) fermenting the sugar in a fermentation medium into a fermentation product using a fermenting organism; (d) recovering the fermentation product to form a whole stillage; (e) separating the whole stillage into thin stillage and wet cake; (e′) optionally concentrating…
Method For Extracting Oligomeric Polyphenol Compounds From Plant Seeds
Abstract The invention discloses a method for extracting oligomeric polyphenolic compounds from plant seeds, the method comprising the steps of: crushing the plant seeds, soaking the plant seeds with ethanol to obtain a leachate, distilling under reduced pressure to obtain an ethanol extractum, dissolving the ethanol extractum, decoloring, eluting to obtain an eluant, distilling the eluant under reduced pressure to obtain an extractum, and separating by high performance liquid chromatography…
Insights on the Extraction Performance of Alkanediols and Glycerol: Using Juglans regia L. Leaves as a Source of Bioactive Compounds
Glycerol and alkanediols are being studied as alternative solvents to extract phytochemicals from plant material, often as hydrogen bond donors in deep eutectic solvents (DESs). Many of those alcohols are liquid at room temperature, yet studies of their use as extraction solvents are scarce. In this work, glycerol and a series of alkanediols (1,2-ethanediol, 1,2-propanediol, 1,3-propanediol, 1,3-butanediol, 1,2-pentanediol, 1,5-pentanediol, and 1,2-hexanediol) were studied for the extraction…
Improved extraction of bioactive compounds from biomass of the marine dinoflagellate microalga Amphidinium carterae.
The extraction of three families of compounds (carotenoids, fatty acids and amphidinols) from the biomass of two strains of Amphidinium carterae (ACRN03 and Dn241EHU) was improved by tuning cell disruption and solvent extraction operations. The extraction of carotenoids was evaluated using alkaline saponification (0%-60% KOH d.w.) at different temperatures (25-80 °C). High levels of carotenoids were obtained at 60 °C using freeze-dried biomass, not subjected to cell disruption methods…
PROCESS FOR PRODUCING PROTEIN PREPARATIONS FROM SUNFLOWER SEEDS AND PROTEIN PREPARATIONS PRODUCED THEREFROM
In a process for producing protein preparations from sunflower seeds a protein-containing flour made of peeled and deoiled sunflower seeds preferably having a protein solubility in water at pH 6 of > 15% by mass and/or at pH 7 of > 25% by mass based on the protein content in the flour is subjected to at least one extraction step…
PURIFICATION OF ALGAL EXTRACTS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
The present invention relates to the field of purification of algal extracts, methods for their preparation, the unique composition of such purified extracts and their applications. A particular, detailed example of the invention is provided relating to phycobiliprotein compositions and methods for their preparation and in particular to phycobiliprotein compositions with unique molecular markers. The phycobiliprotein compositions are characterized by unique protein components as assayed by…
Method for cascaded processing of fresh algae
The present invention relates to a method for processing fresh algae at ambient temperature by subjecting algae to an osmotic shock and treating the disrupted algae with an enzyme composition comprising cell wall degrading enzymes.This gentle process at ambient temperature allows for the isolation of algal protein which has good solubility, also in the presence of salt and good foaming, emulsifying and water binding properties.Another advantage is that this method of protein isolation allows…
Mechanism of microalgae disintegration by spark discharge treatment for compound extraction
Microalgae possess a cell wall with remarkable physical and chemical strength, which has proved to be a bottleneck for extraction techniques. With the application of spark discharges instigated by 100-ns high voltage pulses, a novel method was established that was found to be effective and yet gentle for the extraction of sensitive, especially heat-sensitive, compounds. The spark, which was ignited directly in the submerged algae suspension, is characterised by several physical…
Selective Chlorophyll Removal Method to “Degreen” Botanical Extracts.
Chlorophylls are present in all extracts from the aerial parts of green plant materials. Chlorophylls may act as in vitro bioassay nuisance compounds, possibly preventing the reproducibility and accurate measurement of readouts due to their UV/vis absorbance, fluorescence properties, and tendency to precipitate in aqueous media. Despite the diversity of methods used traditionally to remove chlorophylls, details about their mode of operation, specificity, and reproducibility are scarce…
Hyaluronic acid and Chondroitin sulfate from marine and terrestrial sources: Extraction and purification methods.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) and chondroitin sulfate (CS) are valuable bioactive polysaccharides that have been highly used in biomedical and pharmaceutical applications. Extensive research was done to ensure their efficient extraction from marine and terrestrial by-products at a high yield and purity, using specific techniques to isolate and purify them. In general, the cartilage is the most common source for CS, while the vitreous humor is main used source of HA. The developed methods were…
Extracting rose essential oil from rose slag with ionic liquid
Twelve ionic liquids were synthesized and used as solvents to extract rose essential oil from rose slag. Tetrabutylammonium bromide propionic acid ionic liquid was selected as the best solvent. Five factors (feed to liquid ratio, extraction temperature, reflux time, stripping agent amount, and repeated extraction times) were considered in the reaction. The results showed that the optimum process conditions were 1:4 mass ratio of material to liquid, the temperature 75 °C, reflux time 4 h…
Comparison of two extraction methods (high pressure extraction vs. maceration) for the total and relative amount of hydrophilic and lipophilic organosulfur compounds in garlic cloves and stems. An application to the Italian ecotype “Aglio Rosso di Sulmona” (Sulmona Red Garlic)
Garlic-based extracts have been surveyed as healthy promoting supplements in relation to their content of organosulfur compounds. The present study investigated the effect of high pressure extraction and maceration, and four extraction solvents (three hydroalcoholic mixtures and sunflower oil) on the total and relative amounts of the main organosulfur compounds of clove and stem extracts of the Italian ecotype “Aglio Rosso di Sulmona” (Sulmona Red Garlic). Organosulfur compounds were more…
Recoverable deep eutectic solvent-based aniline organic pollutant separation technology using choline salt as adsorbent
Removing aniline pollutants from organic waste-liquid rapidly and effectively has become an environmental problem owing to the high toxicity of aniline. Traditional aniline-separation methods have been limited by the complex techniques and high economic cost. In this study, green renewable Choline chloride (choline-salt, [N1,1,1C2OH]Cl) were used as new adsorbents for the removal of aniline by forming choline-based deep eutectic solvents (Choline-DESs) and displayed an excellent aniline…
Consecutive high-pressure and enzyme assisted fractionation of blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L.) pomace into functional ingredients: Process optimization and product characterization
In this study supercritical carbon dioxide (SFE-CO2) and pressurized liquid (PLE) extractions were optimized for the recovery of valuable fractions from blackberry pomace. Consecutively applied SFE-CO2 and PLE at optimized parameters yielded 9.9, 26.3 and 5.1 g/100 g of CO2, ethanol (EtOH) and water-soluble extracts, respectively. Oil of lipophilic fraction was composed mainly of healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic 64.1%, α-linolenic 12.9%), while polar solvents effectively…
Effect of Four Novel Bio-Based DES (Deep Eutectic Solvents) on Hardwood Fractionation
Using the basic principle of construction between a hydrogen bond acceptor (HBA) and a hydrogen bond donor (HBD), four bio-based deep eutectic solvents (DESs) were prepared in a 1:2 molar ratio of HBA:HBD. 2,3-Dihydroxypropyl-1-triethylammonium chloride ([C9H22N+O2]Cl-) was synthesized from raw glycerol and used as an HBA. Lactic acid, urea, pure glycerol, and ethylene glycol were selected as HBD. Attempts to prepare DESs, using citric acid and benzoic acid as HBDs, were unsuccessful…
Electroporation as a Solvent-Free Green Technique for Non-Destructive Extraction of Proteins and Lipids From Chlorella vulgaris.
Proteins extracted from microalgae for food, personal care products and cosmetics must be of high purity, requiring solvent-free extraction techniques despite their generally considerably lower protein yield and higher energy consumption. Here, three such approaches for green extraction of proteins from Chlorella vulgaris were evaluated: ultrasound, freeze-thawing, and electroporation; chemical lysis was used as positive control (maximal achievable extraction), and no extraction treatment as…
Technologies for Eucalyptus wood processing in the scope of biorefineries: A comprehensive review.
Eucalyptus is the most widely planted type of hardwoods, and represents an important biomass source for the production of fuels, chemicals, and materials. Its industrial benefit can be achieved by processes following the biorefinery concept, which is based on the selective separation (\”fractionation\”) of the major components (hemicelluloses, cellulose and lignin), and on the generation of added-value from the resulting fractions. This article provides a in-depth assessment on…
Optimisation of Ultrasound Frequency, Extraction Time and Solvent for the Recovery of Polyphenols, Phlorotannins and Associated Antioxidant Activity from Brown Seaweeds
This study investigates ultrasound assisted extraction (UAE) process parameters (time, frequency and solvent) to obtain high yields of phlorotannins, flavonoids, total phenolics and associated antioxidant activities from 11 brown seaweed species. Optimised UAE conditions (35 kHz, 30 min and 50% ethanol) significantly improved the extraction yield from 1.5-fold to 2.2-fold in all seaweeds investigated compared to solvent extraction. Using ultrasound, the highest recovery of total phenolics…
Bioactive Phenolic Compounds From Agri-Food Wastes: An Update on Green and Sustainable Extraction Methodologies.
Phenolic compounds are broadly represented in plant kingdom, and their occurrence in easily accessible low-cost sources like wastes from agri-food processing have led in the last decade to an increase of interest in their recovery and further exploitation. Indeed, most of these compounds are endowed with beneficial properties to human health (e.g., in the prevention of cancer and cardiovascular diseases), that may be largely ascribed to their potent antioxidant and scavenging activity …
Optimization of ultrasound-assisted extraction of bioactive compounds from acerola waste
The industrial processing of acerola ( Malpighia emarginata D.C.) produces huge quantities of waste material that are badly discarded or undervalued. In spite of this, acerola wastes have a high content of antioxidant compounds. The aim of this work was to study the extraction of antioxidant compounds from acerola residues using ultrasound assisted extraction. Using multiple regression techniques, the effects of ethanol concentration in the hydroethanolic solution (C), extraction time (t)…
Effect of pH regulation on the components and functional properties of proteins isolated from cold-pressed rapeseed meal through alkaline extraction and acid precipitation
Cold-pressed rapeseed meal with high protein content (38.76% protein dry weight basis) was used to prepare rapeseed protein isolates (RPIs) by alkaline extraction (pH 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0, 12.0 and 13.0) and acid precipitation (pH 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 and 5.5). The protein with an intact structure and the highest yield (65.08%) was obtained at extraction pH 9.0 and precipitation pH 4.5, accompanied by the lowest D-amino acid content, the lightest colour and the lowest contents of…
Green solvents selection guide for bio-based organic acids recovery
Bio-based organic acids constitute an important group of building block chemicals that can be produced from renewable resources, becoming a sustainable alternative to conventional petrochemical-derived commodities. However, due to the growing number of green solvents emerging as extraction media, the proper solvent selection for biomolecule separation from fermentation broths has become a key challenge in the bio-refinery industry. The overall aim of this work is to develop a roadmap to select…
3. AUTRES TECHNOLOGIES ET INNOVATIONS – OTHER TECHNOLOGIES & INNOVATIONS
GREEN ALGAE, AN ALTERNATIVE TO ANTIBIOTICS THAT STIMULATES THE IMMUNE RESPONSE

A throwback to the recent research by Olmix Group and INRAe, which showed that a green algae extract stimulates the production of immune mediators through intestinal epithelial cells. These results indicate that this kind of preparation could be used in livestock feed to improve their resistance to infections and therefore reduce the use of antibiotics. Antibiotics have long been used in farming stock as growth promoters to protect animals…
Investigation of Total Phenolic Content and Antioxidant Activities of Spruce Bark Extracts Isolated by Deep Eutectic Solvents
Extracts from spruce bark obtained using different deep eutectic solvents were screened for their total phenolic content (TPC) and antioxidant activities. Water containing choline chloride-based deep eutectic solvents (DESs) with lactic acid and 1,3-propanediol, 1,3-butanediol, 1,4-butanediol, and 1,5-pentanediol, with different molar ratios, were used as extractants. Basic characteristics of the DESs (density, viscosity, conductivity, and refractive index) were determined. All the DESs…
Bioactive and thermostable sulphated polysaccharide from Sargassum swartzii with drug delivery applications
Sulphated Polysaccharides (SP) were extracted from a brown seaweed Sargassum swartzii by two extraction methods using hydrochloric acid and hot water. The sulphated polysaccharide yield using the hot water extraction method was found to be higher and hence used for further study. The extracted polysaccharide was characterized using UV, FT-IR, biochemical and thin layer chromatography analyses. Further, the purity of the extracted polysaccharide was ascertained by HPLC analysis…
Effect of enzyme-assisted extraction on the physicochemical properties and bioactive potential of lotus leaf polysaccharides
Lotus leaf polysaccharides were extracted by enzyme-assisted extraction using α-amylase (LLEP-A), cellulose (LLEP-C), pectinase (LLEP-P) or protease (LLEP-PR). Their physicochemical properties and immunostimulatory activities were compared with those of hot-water extracted polysaccharides (LLWP). HPAEC-PDA and HPSEC-RI profiles indicated that variations in their molecular weight patterns and chemical compositions. Moreover, their effects on proliferation, phagocytic activity, and cytokine…
Compound isolation and biological activities of Piptadeniastrum africanum (hook.f.) Brennan roots
Ethnopharmacological relevance: The dicotyledonous plant Piptadeniastrum africanum (hook.f.) Brennan (Fabaceae) is used in traditional medicine to treat various human complaints including bronchitis, coughing, urino-genital ailments, meningitis, abdominal pain, treatment of wounds, malaria and gastrointestinal ailments, and is used as a purgative and worm expeller. Aim of the study: The present study describes the phytochemical investigation and the determination of the antimicrobial…
Bio-actives of betel leaf (Piper betle L.): A comprehensive review on extraction, isolation, characterization, and biological activity
Piper betle L., belonging to Piperaceae family, known as a traditional herbal medicinal plant and used for several health benefits in Asian countries. Currently, demand for its products such as herbal drugs, medicines, and natural herbal formulations has increased. The beneficial effects of betel leaves and its products have traditionally exploited for the treatment of several diseases like bad breath, cuts, injuries, inflammations, cold cough, indigestion, etc. Till now, a broad range of…
Antiviral activity of the high-molecular-weight plant polysaccharides (Panavir®)
This short report is dedicated to the description of the wide antiviral and antibacterial activity of the immune-modulating agent Panavir®. Panavir® is a high-molecular-weight fraction of the polysaccharides extracted from the shoots of the Solanum tuberosum. It demonstrates activity against many types of viruses, including animal coronavirus and also against bacterial infections. These properties look very promising considering the COVID-19 epidemy and allow propose that Panavir® would be…
Bioactive Properties of the Aqueous Extracts of Endophytic Fungi Associated with Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) Roots
Despite the continuing interest in various plant and natural products, only a small portion of the biologically active compounds from nature has been discovered and exploited. In this study, antioxidant and antibacterial properties of aqueous fractions of three endophytic fungi isolated from the roots of 8-year-old Scots pines (Pinus sylvestris) growing on a drained peatland were investigated. The endophytic fungi species were Acephala applanata, Phialocephala fortinii, and Humicolopsis…
Valorization of Mushroom By-Products as a Source of Value-Added Compounds and Potential Applications
Nowadays, the food sector is highly concerned with environmental issues and foreseen to develop strategies to reduce waste and losses resulting from activities developed in the food system. An approach is to increment added value to the agro-industrial wastes, which might provide economic growth and environmental protection, contributing to a circular economy. Mushroom by-products represent a disposal problem, but they are also promising sources of important compounds, which may…
Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activity of bistort (Bistorta officinalis) aqueous extract and its major components. Justification of the usage of the medicinal plant material as a traditional topical agent
Bistort rhizome (Bistorta officinalis) is a traditionally used plant material popular in Europe and Asia in the treatment of diarrhea and as a topical agent for skin conditions. It contains tannins mostly condensed flavan-3-ol derivatives. However, the in-depth phytochemical investigation of infusions from this plant materials is still lacking. Additionally, the scientific reports supporting the traditional topical application of bistort rhizome are scarce…
Understanding the Composition, Biosynthesis, Accumulation and Transport of Flavonoids in Crops for the Promotion of Crops as Healthy Sources of Flavonoids for Human Consumption
Flavonoids are a class of polyphenolic compounds that naturally occur in plants. Sub-groups of flavonoids include flavone, flavonol, flavanone, flavanonol, anthocyanidin, flavanol and isoflavone. The various modifications on flavonoid molecules further increase the diversity of flavonoids. Certain crops are famous for being enriched in specific flavonoids. For example, anthocyanins, which give rise to a purplish color, are the characteristic compounds in berries; flavanols are enriched…
Phytotoxic and Antimicrobial Activities of Teucrium polium and Thymus decussatus Essential Oils Extracted Using Hydrodistillation and Microwave-Assisted Techniques
Essential oils (EOs) have been described as promising eco-friendly secondary products of aromatic plants with several biological activities. The present study aimed to characterize the chemical composition and explore phytotoxic and antimicrobial activities of Teucrium polium and Thymus decussatus EOs extracted using hydrodistillation (HD) and microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) methods. Twenty-seven and twenty-eight compounds were identified from HD and MAE extracted EOs of T. polium…
Valeriana dioscoridis aerial parts’ extracts – A new source of phytochemicals with antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory activities
Valeriana root extracts are used in herbal medicine for treating sleep disorders. There is a lack of information of phytochemical composition of Valeriana dioscoridis aerial parts’ extracts. The aim of the study was to measure antioxidant activity, determine the phenolic compounds from different groups such as phenolic acids and polyphenolic compounds: verbascoside or eriodictyol, and enzyme inhibitory activities in ethyl acetate, methanol and water extracts. The methanol extract showed…
A pinitol-rich Glycyrrhiza glabra L. leaf extract as functional supplement with potential in the prevention of endothelial dysfunction through improving insulin signalling
Background:Glycyrrhyza glabra L. is one of the most popular medicinal plant in the world, its roots having been used since ancient times in many traditional medicines. On the contrary, scarce attention has been dedicated to liquorice aerial parts. Previous studies showed the presence of a large group of polyphenols and a consistent amount of d-pinitol in the leaf extract.Methods: The methanolic extract from G. glabra leaves was profiled for its content in polyphenols; the amount of d-pinitol…
Antioxidant activity of sesame seed lignans in sunflower and flaxseed oils
This study investigated the antioxidant activity of crude lignan extracts and purified lignans (sesamin, sesamolin, and sesamol) in sunflower and flaxseed oils. Lignan extracts were prepared from roasted sesame seed oil (LRSO) and unroasted sesame seed oil (LUSO). Additionally, the individual lignans were purified from both oils. The crude extracts and purified lignans were added at concentrations of 0.01, 0.02 and 0.03% to the oils and stored at 25 and 65°C over time and peroxide values…
The effect of rosmarinus officinalis essential oil fumigation on biochemical, behavioral, and physiological parameters of callosobruchus maculatus
This study explores the influence of rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis (L.) essential oil (EO) on the biochemical (acetylcholinesterase, catalase, and glutathione S-transferase), physiological (oxygen consumption), and behavioral (open field test, repellency) parameters of an important stored product insect: cowpea weevil, Callosobruchus maculatus (F.). R. officinalis EO exhibited effective insecticidal action against C. maculatus even at relatively low concentrations. LC50 = 15.69 µL/L air…
Production, isolation and bioactive estimation of extracellular polysaccharides of green microalga Neochloris oleoabundans
Previous research revealed that green microalga Neochloris oleoabundans was able to excrete extracellular polysaccharides (EPS) in the media containing certain sugar, but detail researches on the production conditions and chemical and bioactive properties of the EPS are still limited. In this research, cultivation conditions, including 5 sugars (glucose, galactose, maltose, lactose and sucrose), 10–80 g/L of sugar concentrations, 9–36 mM of NaNO3 and the salinity of 0.5–1.0 g/L NaCl…
Usefulness of resveratrol supplementation in decreasing cardiometabolic risk factors comparing subjects with metabolic syndrome and healthy subjects with or without obesity: meta-analysis using multinational, randomised, controlled trials
Resveratrol (RES), a natural polyphenolic compound, has been linked to some beneficial effects against cardiovascular disease (CVD)… Conclusions: Despite some heterogeneity in the populations, RES supplementation seems to improve cardiometabolic health, decreasing some risk factors (HOMA-IR, LDL-C, and T-Chol) associated with CVD…
Microalgae proteins: production, separation, isolation, quantification, and application in food and feed
Many countries have been experienced an increase in protein consumption due to the population growth and adoption of protein-rich dietaries. Unfortunately, conventional-based protein agroindustry is associated with environmental impacts that might aggravate as the humankind increase. Thus, it is important to screen for novel protein sources that are environmentally friendly. Microalgae farming is a promising alternative to couple the anthropic emissions with the production of food and feed…
Characterization and analysis of rapeseed protein isolate stabilized O/W emulsion under pH and ionic stress
Presently, identifying natural compounds as emulsifiers is a popular topic in the food industry. Rapeseed protein isolate (RPI) is a natural plant protein with excellent emulsifying properties, but has not been systematically developed and utilized…
Flaxseed Gum Solution Functional Properties
Flaxseed gum (FG) is a by-product of flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) meal production that is useful as a food thickener, emulsifier, and foaming agent. FG is typically recovered by hot-water extraction from flaxseed hull or whole seed. However, FG includes complex polymer structures that contain bioactive compounds. Therefore, extraction temperature can play an important role in determining its functional properties, solution appearance, and solution stability during storage…
Chemical composition and evaluation of antioxidant activities, antimicrobial, and anti-melanogenesis effect of the essential oils extracted from Dalbergia pinnata (Lour.) Prain
Ethnopharmacological relevance: Dalbergia pinnata (Lour.) Prain (D. pinnata) is a plant widely distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. In humans, it is used in the prevention and treatment of diseases such as respiratory system, digestive system, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Aim of the study: This study was aim to evaluate chemical composition, antioxidant activities, antimicrobial, and anti-melanogenesis properties of Essential oils…
ANTRODIA CINNAMOMEA EXTRACT, METHOD FOR PREPARING ANTRODIA CINNAMOMEA COMPOSITION, AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION
A method for preparing an Antrodia cinnamomea extract, which relates to the technical field of edible medicinal fungi. The method comprises: using an ethanol solution to extract culture dish-type Antrodia cinnamomea sporocarp powder, concentrating a filtrate under reduced pressure to obtain a crude extract; adsorbing the crude extract by using a macroporous resin and then placing same in a rectangular container; sequentially eluting by using a mixed solution, concentrating an eluate under reduced pressure, and drying to obtain a first sub-extract of an Antrodia cinnamomea extract; next, eluting by using an ethanol solution, concentrating an eluate under…
Pea protein hydrolysate
A composition and method of preparing a pea protein hydrolysate includes obtaining a pea protein composition, adding a fungal protease to the pea protein composition, and hydrolyzing the pea protein composition to a degree of hydrolysis of about 4% or greater to obtain a pea protein hydrolysate. In an example, the degree of hydrolysis can range from about 4% to about 25% at a pH ranging from about 5 to about 7.5 and at a temperature ranging from about 30 ºC to about 60 ºC. The resulting…
Method of producing a pectic polysaccharide isolate enriched in rhamnogalacturonan-l
The invention provides a method of producing a hydrolysed pectic polysaccharide isolate that is enriched in rhamnogalacturonan-l, said method comprising the steps of: • providing a pectin-rich substrate that has been obtained from plant material without the use of organic solvent, said pectin-rich substrate containing at least 3% by weight of dry matter of pectic polysaccharides; · subjecting the pectin-rich substrate to enzymatic treatment to partially hydrolyse the pectic polysaccharides…
Resveratrol: A Fair Race Towards Replacing Sulfites in Wines
In recent years, significant efforts to produce healthier wines has led to the replacement or reduction of the addition of sulfites, using alternative substances or techniques. Resveratrol and related biophenols seem to be of great interest, since beyond their protective nature and contrary to sulfites they can positively affect consumer health. These bioactive phytochemicals are naturally produced in grapes as evolutionary acquired mechanisms against pathogens and UV irradiation…
The Potential of Flavonoids and Tannins from Medicinal Plants as Anticancer Agents
The tendency of using herbs extracts or natural compounds extracted from herbs for preventing or treating different illness, including cancer, continues to be an alternative to drug use. Many studies of plants compounds are aimed to find substances with selective cytotoxicity on abnormal cells. Phenolic compounds, as important secondary metabolites from plants are between them. In this review, the recent literature data from past five years about anticancer/antitumor effect of flavonoids and…
Use of algal biorefinery waste and waste office paper in the development of xerogels: A low cost and eco-friendly biosorbent for the effective removal of congo red and Fe (II) from aqueous solutions
The present study investigated the use of algae biorefinery waste and wastepaper in the preparation of cost-effective and eco-friendly xerogels for the removal of congo red (CR) and Fe2+. The xerogel properties such as density, swelling degree and porosity were modified by incorporating alginate extracted from the brown seaweed Cystoseira trinodis. The developed biosorbents exhibited a light and porous network structure and were characterized by a fast uptake of CR and Fe2+ and adsorption…
NUTRACEUTICALS AS PHENOLIC BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS ANALYSIS OF SOFTWOOD BARK AND THEIR POSSIBILITIES OF INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS

Softwoods have a numerically large group of econom-ically important renewable plants. Waste processing oftrees mainly bark, needles are reasonable extent notrecovered. The waste contains relatively high levels ofphenolic compounds. Phenolic compounds are oneof the main components that have a high potential invarious fields of food, pharmacy, and other industries.This review focuses on the main uses of softwood barkand overviews the extraction and analytical methodsused to determine phenolic…
The Applicability of Using a Protease Extracted from Cashew Fruits (Anacardium occidentale), as Possible Meat Tenderizer: An Experimental Design Approach
Meat tenderness is one of the most important organoleptic properties in determining consumer acceptance in meat product marketability. Therefore, an effective meat tenderization method is sought after by exploring plant-derived proteolytic enzymes as meat tenderizer. In this study, a novel protease from Cashew was identified as a new alternative halal meat tenderizer. The extraction of cashew protease was optimized using response surface methodology (R2  = 0.9803) by varying pH, CaCl2…
Study of Antioxidant Activity of some Medicinal Plants Having High Content of Caffeic Acid Derivatives
Recently, there has been increasing interest in medicinal plants, due to their content of health-promoting compounds, e.g., caffeic acids derivatives. Hence, the aim of this work was to study the antioxidant activity of extracts obtained from the following medicinal plants: caraway (Carumcarvi L.), coltsfoot (Tussilagofarfara L.), dandelion (Taraxacum officinale F.H.Wigg.), lovage (Levisticumofficinale L.), tarragon (Artemisiadracunculus L.) and white mulberry (Morusalba L.), characterized…
Functional Compounds From Olive Pomace to Obtain High-Added Value Foods – A Review
Olive pomace, the solid by-product from virgin olive oil extraction, constitutes a remarkable source of functional compounds and has been exploited by several authors to formulate high-added value foods and, consequently, to foster the sustainability of the olive-oil chain. In this framework, the aim of the present review was to summarize the results on the application of functional compounds from olive pomace in food products. Phenolics-rich extracts from olive pomace were added to vegetable…
Sulfated polysaccharide from the red algae Gelidiella acerosa: Anticoagulant, antiplatelet and antithrombotic effects
A sulfated polysaccharide from the red algae Gelidiella acerosa (GaSP) was obtained through enzymatic extraction and subjected to chemical characterization by HPSEC, elemental microanalysis, FT-IR and NMR spectroscopies. The GaSP anticoagulant activity was investigated through APTT and PT tests and platelet aggregation assessed by turbidimetry. The antithrombotic and hemorrhagic activities were evaluated by venous thrombosis and hemorrhagic tendency models, respectively. FT-IR and NMR…
Bioactive Compounds from Brazilian Lichens and Their Biotechnological Applications
Lichens are the symbiotic organisms formed by one species of fungus associated to one or more species of green algae and/or cyanobacteria. The relationship between these organisms results in a metabolism that culminates in a production of exclusive compounds, named lichen substances, also known as lichen compounds or lichen acids. These products are known to exhibit several biological properties, and can be effective against several diseases. Several species of lichens found in Brazil…
Alternaria alternata and Neocosmospora sp. from the medicinal plant Euphorbia larica exhibit antagonistic activity against Fusarium sp., a plant pathogenic fungus
In this study, endophytic fungi were isolated from Euphorbia larica Boiss. and their antagonistic potential against phytopathogenic fungi viz. Fusarium sp., Rosellinia sanctae-cruciana and Cladosporium sp. was evaluated using an in vitro confrontation assay. A total of four endophytic fungi were isolated from the roots of E. larica. Among them, two fungal isolates (SQUCC-F1-1 and SQUCC-F6-2) showed inhibitory activity against Fusarium sp. None of the fungal endophytes restricted the growth…
Antimalarial Agents from Medicinal Plant and Fungal Sources
Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by Plasmodium spp. It has severely impacted on individual and community productivity, social behavior, urbanization, as well as cultural, political, and economic developments in countries, where it is endemic. Given the high efficacy of major antimalarial drugs in targeting different stages of the parasite life cycle and the access to prophylactic measures, malaria was near to be eradicated. However, the emergence of resistance by parasites…
Antioxidant efficacy and in silico toxicity prediction of free and spray-dried extracts of green Arabica and Robusta coffee fruits and their application in edible oil
Extracts of green coffee fruits (GCFEs), either of the Arabica or Robusta variety, obtained by percolation with a 68% (w/w) aqueous ethanol solution using a 0.9:10 (w/w) solid-to-solvent ratio, were tested in this study as antioxidant additives to delay sunflower oil oxidation. In addition, safety of the major secondary metabolites of the extracts was investigated by in silico modeling. For this purpose, GCFEs were spray dried either as such or microencapsulated with a 1:1 (w/w) maltodextrin…
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Research reveals potential for seaweed farming in Norway

Seaweeds such as kelp offer climate-friendly solutions for animal nutrition, among other applications, according to a new multinational research project. In the field of animal nutrition, seaweeds offer great potential to replace soybeans and soy oil, according to a report from SINTEF. Working with research partners, the Norway-based independent research organization has published a report on seaweed farming that is stimulating the industrialization of seaweed production…
Black currant seed oil Market Analysis, Demand Growth, Current Trends 2026

The research study presented in this report provides a complete and intelligent analysis of the global black currant seed oil market’s competition, segmentation, dynamics, and geographic advancement. The research study was prepared using in-depth qualitative and quantitative analyzes from the global market for Black currant seed oil. On the global market for Black currant seed …
Plant-based 2.0: GNT spotlights importance of natural colors amid boom in meat and dairy alternatives

Clean label colors are key to differentiation in the plant-based market, according to GNT Group, makers of natural vegetable-based “Coloring Foods,” Exberry…
Taille du marché prébiotiques 2024: analyse, croissance par grandes entreprises, tendances par type et application
Le rapport sur le marché prébiotiques est un outil de planification d’entreprise unique qui permet de hiérarchiser les activités de vente régionales, de définir des objectifs de vente réalistes, de suivre les activités des concurrents en comprenant les parts…
Algae’s future in food

How are algae ingredients making food functional? Algae has arrived. For many years, this emerald jewel of nutrition has been lauded for its robust nutrient profile and its planetary promise of sustainability. It has been the focus of multibillion-dollar companies seeking to harness its power as an alternative fuel source. And now food companies are taking notice…
Global commercial seaweed Market 2020 Research Report- Forecast 2026
COVID-19 impact will also be included and considered for forecast. Global commercial seaweed Market research report provides detail information about Market Introduction, Market Summary, Global market Revenue (Revenue USD), Market Drivers, Market Restraints…
Phycocyanin Market: Global Industry Analysis 2020-2024 by Types, Applications and Key Players
The report provides an exhaustive calculation of the Phycocyanin comprising of industry chain structure, market drivers, opportunities, future roadmap, industry news analysis, industry policy analysis, market player profiles and strategies. The report offers…
Specialty Lecithin Ingredients Market: Future Innovation Strategies, Growth & amp; Profit Analysis, Forecast by 2029

Global Specialty Lecithin Ingredients Market: Market Outlook Lecithin is a type of fat which found in many food products and it is essential for body cells. Specialty lecithin ingredients are a group of fatty substances which is found in plants and animals tissues…
Aquafeed Market | Top Business Growing Strategies, Technological Innovation and Emerging Trends of Outlook To 2027
AQUAFEED MARKET INDUSTRY FORECAST TO 2027 The market intelligence study on the Global Aquafeed Market has been designed by analyzing the market essentials and conducting extensive research into different aspects of the industry. The study also evaluates…

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