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This article is from AMB Express, volume 4.AbstractCitrus processing waste is a leftover from the citrus processing industry and is available in large amounts. Typically, this waste is dried to produce animal feed, but sometimes it is just dumped. Its main component is the peel, which consists mostly of pectin, with D-galacturonic acid as the main

Author: Kuivanen, Joosu; Dantas, Hugo; Mojzita, Dominik; Mallmann, Edgar; Biz, Alessandra; Krieger, Nadia; Mitchell, David; Richard, Peter

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