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Value From Solid Wine Waste

‘waste to value’ technology enables on-site processing of solid wine waste to produce tartaric acid and grape sugar. These are both key ingredients in the global food manufacturing value chain. The market demand for tartaric acid alone is expected to be US$3.16 billion by 2022. Applying this technology to large-scale wine production improves production flexibility (including input cost flexibility), and generates better environmental outcomes.
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ideaspies03 @ 2019.10.16 7:46 PM
A very clever way to minimise waste!

john-3 @ 2019.10.17 11:39 AM
Excellent concept,anything to avoid land fill

craig @ 2019.10.17 12:20 PM
I’ll drink to that!

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By Michael Sharpe

13 October 2019

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