Sustainable Protein Sources

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  • Author : Sudarshan Nadathur
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 456 pages
  • ISBN : 0128027762
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Sustainable Protein Sources

Sustainable Protein Sources
  • Author : Sudarshan Nadathur,Janitha P. D. Dr. Wanasundara,Laurie Scanlin
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 02 October 2016
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Protein plays a critical role in human nutrition. Although animal-derived proteins constitute the majority of the protein we consume, plant-derived proteins can satisfy the same requirement with less environmental impact. Sustainable Protein Sources allows readers to understand how alternative proteins such as plant, fungal, algal, and insect protein can take the place of more costly and less efficient animal-based sources. Sustainable Protein Sources presents the various benefits of plant and alternative protein consumption, including those that benefit the environment, population,

Sustainable Protein Sources from Greenhouses

Sustainable Protein Sources from Greenhouses
  • Author : Shuna Wang
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 05 December 2021
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The demand for sustainable protein sources has increased in recent years. Rearing edible insects using side streams from greenhouses and high protein crops grown in greenhouses can contribute to this demand. Wageningen University & Research has explored the possibilities in a deskstudy. Edible insects such as mealworms, crickets and locust species contain quality proteins, but also unsaturated fat, vitamins and minerals. They can be reared on various waste streams from greenhouse crops, but proteins and lipids should be added to the

Sustainable Protein Solutions

Sustainable Protein Solutions
  • Author : Henk Hoogenkamp
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 04 March 2021
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Henk Hoogenkamp works with global clients of both legacy and startup food companies, where he serves as an advisor to some of world's largest companies. Henk advices and directs strategies related to research, development, marketing," out-of- the-box" innovation projects, technology and human resources scouting, aside from being a successful author of future-forward articles and books.Henk is recognized as an interdisciplinary writer who balances the world between food proteins, social interactions, environment, as well as the disruption of the marketing

Edible Insects

Edible Insects
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 July 2021
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Edible insects are a paleo-food predating early human. Use of insects for food, particularly for pregnant and lactating mothers and for young children especially around the time of weaning have surfaced continually as important traditional ecological knowledge worldwide. Sustainable, complete, local protein sources are necessary for the world's population to be entirely nutritionally secure. Nutritional security is on the road to peace, and therefore important to all human beings. Recognizing these interconnections is critically important and urgent for reduction of

Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption Pigs or Peas

Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption  Pigs or Peas
  • Author : Harry Aiking,Joop de Boer,Johan Vereijken
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 12 October 2006
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Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption: Pigs or Peas? is a book that presents and explores the PROFETAS programme for development of a more sustainable food system by studying the feasibility of substituting meat with plant based alternatives. The emphasis is on improving the food system by reducing the use of energy, land, and freshwater, at the same time limiting the impacts on health and animal welfare associated with intensive livestock production. It is clear that such a new perspective calls

Novel Proteins for Food Pharmaceuticals and Agriculture

Novel Proteins for Food  Pharmaceuticals  and Agriculture
  • Author : Maria Hayes
  • Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell
  • Release : 28 November 2018
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A groundbreaking text that highlights the various sources, applications and advancements concerning proteins from novel and traditional sources Novel Proteins for Food, Pharmaceuticals and Agriculture offers a guide to the various sources, applications, and advancements that exist and are currently being researched concerning proteins from novel and traditional sources. The contributors—noted experts in the field—discuss sustainable protein resources and include illustrative examples of bioactive compounds isolated from several resources that have or could obtain high market value in

Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption Pigs or Peas

Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption  Pigs or Peas
  • Author : Harry Aiking,Joop de Boer,Johan Vereijken
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 23 February 2006
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Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption: Pigs or Peas? is a book that presents and explores the PROFETAS programme for development of a more sustainable food system by studying the feasibility of substituting meat with plant based alternatives. The emphasis is on improving the food system by reducing the use of energy, land, and freshwater, at the same time limiting the impacts on health and animal welfare associated with intensive livestock production. It is clear that such a new perspective calls

Proteins Sustainable Source Processing and Applications

Proteins  Sustainable Source  Processing and Applications
  • Author : Charis M. Galanakis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 30 May 2019
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Proteins: Sustainable Source, Processing and Applications addresses sustainable proteins, with an emphasis on proteins of animal origin, plant-based and insect proteins, microalgal single cell proteins, extraction, production, the stability and bioengineering of proteins, food applications (e.g. encapsulation, films and coatings), consumer behavior and sustainable consumption. Written in a scientific manner to meet the needs of chemists, food scientists, technologists, new product developers and academics, this book addresses the health effects and properties of proteins, highlights sustainable sources, processes and

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems
  • Author : Afton Halloran,Roberto Flore,Paul Vantomme,Nanna Roos
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 14 May 2018
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This text provides an important overview of the contributions of edible insects to ecological sustainability, livelihoods, nutrition and health, food culture and food systems around the world. While insect farming for both food and feed is rapidly increasing in popularity around the world, the role that wild insect species have played in the lives and societies of millions of people worldwide cannot be ignored. In order to represent this diversity, this work draws upon research conducted in a wide range

The Challenge of Protein Crops as a Sustainable Source of Food and Feed for the Future

The Challenge of Protein Crops as a Sustainable Source of Food and Feed for the Future
  • Author : Antonio M. De Ron,Francesca Sparvoli,José J. Pueyo,Didier Bazile
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 03 May 2017
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Grain legumes, together with quinoa and amaranth (pseudocereals) and other crops are attractive candidates to satisfy the growing demand for plant protein production worldwide for food and feed. Despite their high value, many protein crops have not been adequately assessed and numerous species are underutilized. Special attention has to be paid to genetic diversity and landraces, and to the key limiting factors affecting yield, including water deficiency and other abiotic and biotic stresses, in order to obtain stable, reliable and

Nordic Alternative Protein Potentials

Nordic Alternative Protein Potentials
  • Author : Lindberg, Jan Erik;Lindberg, Gunnar;Teräs, Jukka;Poulsen, Gert;Solberg, Svein Øivind,Tybirk, Knud,Przedrzymirska, Joanna,Sapota, Grazyna Pazikowska,Olsen, Malene Lihme,Karlson, Hilary,Jóhannsson, Ragnar,Smárason, Birgir Örn,Gylling, Morten,Knudsen, Marie
  • Publisher : Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Release : 06 October 2016
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Within agri- and aquaculture, a specific bioeconomy challenge – and a bioeconomy opportunity – has been identified concerning sustainable protein supply for livestock production and fish farming. Today, imported soy products are by far the most important protein source however several alternative ways of producing protein rich feed has been identified using regional resources. Production of legumes, pulses and grass can be expanded. Alternative protein rich sources include single cell protein (bacteria/fungi), macroalgae (seaweed), mussels and insects. Local protein production has

Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients

Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients
  • Author : Aaron T. Dossey,Juan A. Morales-Ramos,M. Guadalupe Rojas
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 23 June 2016
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Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients: Production, Processing and Food Applications describes how insects can be mass produced and incorporated into our food supply at an industrial and cost-effective scale, providing valuable guidance on how to build the insect-based agriculture and the food and biomaterial industry. Editor Aaron Dossey, a pioneer in the processing of insects for human consumption, brings together a team of international experts who effectively summarize the current state-of-the-art, providing helpful recommendations on which readers can build companies,

Feeding Strategies to Improve Sustainability and Welfare in Animal Production

Feeding Strategies to Improve Sustainability and Welfare in Animal Production
  • Author : Fulvia Bovera,Giovanni Piccolo
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 23 April 2021
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This book contains the scientific contributions published within the Animals topical collection “Feeding Strategies to Improve Sustainability and Welfare in Animal Production”. Originally a Special Issue, it has turned into a permanent collection, with its first article being published in July 2019 and more than 30 published articles a year later: evidence of the great interest from the scientific community regarding the topics addressed. The articles, which are grouped by species (poultry, ruminants, pigs, etc.) and by topic, deal with a wide

Sustainable Poultry Production in Europe

Sustainable Poultry Production in Europe
  • Author : Emily Burton,Joanne Gatcliffe,Helen Masey O'Neill,Dawn Scholey
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release : 27 April 2016
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Examining sustainable poultry production systems across Europe, this book contains a selected cross section of papers from the 2014 UK Poultry Science Symposium. It reviews essential topics such as resources and supply chains, the global poultry market, risk management, zoonoses and green issues. Providing a compilation of the most current research in the poultry science and production industry, this book is an important resource for both researchers and professionals.