Aroma and Flavour Products from Plant Waste

Summary

A series of experiments and trials will be conducted in order to obtain an increased yield of extract by processing waste boronia flowers following the primary extraction. The application of these technologies will be assessed for fennel, parsley, peppermint and dill. This process and the associated methods developed as part of the project will be a model for future development in other industries.

Program

New and Emerging Plant Industries

Research Organisation

University of Tasmania

Objective Summary

A series of experiments and trials will be conducted in order to obtain an increased yield of extract by processing waste boronia flowers following the primary extraction. This process and the associated methods developed as part of the project will be a model for future development in other industries. A preliminary investigations will be conducted here with regard to the potential for application of these technologies to peppermint and fennel.

Project Code

PRJ-000017

Project Stage

Closed

Project Start Date

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Project Completion Date

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Journal Articles From Project

Not Available

National Priority

Frontier technologies for building and transforming Australian industries

National Priority

Adoption of R&D

National Priority

NEPI-Feasibility studies and industry literature reviews

Contact

Related publications

31.05.12

Aroma and Flavour Products from Plant Waste