The global population growth and the high pressures on natural resources is expected to increase in the coming decades, due to a growing demand and production of food and, consequently, of feed. To meet this global demand, feed researchers and producers are currently focus on securing sustainable energy and protein supply for feeding animals. In this respect, the valorisation of Former Food Products (FFP) into high quality animal feed represents an active and promising area of feed research. The use of FFPs in animal feed provides feed industries with alternative ingredients to cereals, making an important contribution in term of resource efficiency.

Ex alimenti : innovazione e sostenibilità nel settore agroalimentare / L. Pinotti, M. Tretola, M. Ottoboni, V. Caprarulo, C. Giromini, A. Baldi, V. Dell'Orto. - In: TECNICA MOLITORIA. - ISSN 0040-1862. - 68:10(2017 Oct), pp. 766-773.

Ex alimenti : innovazione e sostenibilità nel settore agroalimentare

L. Pinotti
Primo
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M. Tretola
Secondo
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M. Ottoboni;V. Caprarulo;C. Giromini;A. Baldi
Penultimo
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V. Dell'Orto
Ultimo
2017-10

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The global population growth and the high pressures on natural resources is expected to increase in the coming decades, due to a growing demand and production of food and, consequently, of feed. To meet this global demand, feed researchers and producers are currently focus on securing sustainable energy and protein supply for feeding animals. In this respect, the valorisation of Former Food Products (FFP) into high quality animal feed represents an active and promising area of feed research. The use of FFPs in animal feed provides feed industries with alternative ingredients to cereals, making an important contribution in term of resource efficiency.
ex-food; innovation; animal nutrition; animal wellbeing
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