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The horticultural sector produces large quantities of vegetable waste and unsalable fruit and vegetables. These waste streams can form the basis for new applications and products that can generate extra income. Consider packaging material from tomato stems, insect breeding on waste streams and valorisation of fruit press fibers to new food or beauty products.
During the seminar "Agro-food waste streams: from cost to source of income" on Thursday 21st of June some entrepreneurs come and tell their success story in the bio-based economy with waste streams. The BioBoost project investigates the circular economy. The partners will explain their research.
10:00am - 4:00pm
Sophi Taylor Building, NIAB Park Farm, Villa Road, Histon, Cambridge, CB24
Free and open to all, access independent advice and research on reducing crop and food waste and improving resource use efficiency in the horticultural and fresh produce supply chains with a mix of seminars and exhibits at one of Cambridge’s premier event locations.
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