Review and Analysis of Alternatives for the Valorisation of Agro-Industrial Olive Oil By-Products
AbstractBy-products and waste from olive production (agriculture) and the olive oil industry (mills and refineries) are an important environmental issue in Mediterranean areas. Industrial waste and by-products contain highly valuable components that can also be phytotoxic. This article reviews recent research on the valorisation of olive by-products under the bioeconomy strategy. The alternatives are classified according to the ‘bioeconomy value pyramid’, which prioritises higher value uses over the current energy and compost valorisation. Special attention is paid to the use of these by-products for animal feed that can be improved by reducing the content of saturated fatty acids (SFAs) and increase the polyunsaturated fatty acids amount considered beneficial in response to their use; this makes the food healthier for humans while simultaneously reducing feeding costs and the environmental impact of livestock. View Full-Text
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Berbel, J.; Posadillo, A. Review and Analysis of Alternatives for the Valorisation of Agro-Industrial Olive Oil By-Products. Sustainability 2018, 10, 237.
Berbel J, Posadillo A. Review and Analysis of Alternatives for the Valorisation of Agro-Industrial Olive Oil By-Products. Sustainability. 2018; 10(1):237.Chicago/Turabian Style
Berbel, Julio; Posadillo, Alejandro. 2018. "Review and Analysis of Alternatives for the Valorisation of Agro-Industrial Olive Oil By-Products." Sustainability 10, no. 1: 237.
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