Circular’ economy: Upcycling orange juice by-product to cut food waste and boost fibre intake.

What if by-products — which contain nutrients and bioactive compounds — could be upcycled for human consumption? A team of researchers from Brazil are investigating just that, focusing specifically on orange juice production.

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