CreAgri has been awarded the Paris Polyphenols 2012 Award for the most effective, innovative and sustainable process to recover healthy polyphenols from agricultural biomass.
Dr Marvin Edeas, chairman of the Scientific Committee of the International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition and Health (ISANH), said: “We need the industry to bring our ideas to fruition, to transform them from hypotheses and proofs of concept into products that can contribute to the solution of many of today’s health, social and environmental problems.”
Held in Paris, France, at the Palace Brongniart, and organised by ISANH, Paris Polyphenols 2012 was the venue to discuss the latest clinical evidence supporting the use of polyphenols for health and wellness, and to further scientific knowledge in general regarding polyphenols derived from fruits and vegetables wastes.
CreAgri contributed an abstract which described Creagri’s patented zero-waste production method of deriving olive polyphenols from olive oil milling waste waters.
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