The Impacts of Biotechnology on the Grain Processing Industry

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Title: The Impacts of Biotechnology on the Grain Processing Industry
Author: Ebbertt, Joel
Keywords: value-added
bioengineering
Date: 1998
Publisher: AgBioForum
Citation: AgBioForum 1(2) 1998: 78-80.
Abstract: In this paper, the initial impact of biotechnology in the grain industry is discussed. It is argued that the expected “going-in” value of grains bioengineered for quality improvements has not been fully realized. Anticipation of this value, however, has induced innovation for more cost-effective ways of extracting added value from common grains through information technologies. In the future, however, the emergence of higher-value grains will lead to the expected value creation; and will promote the development of high-efficiency, dedicated processing facilities that promote the extension of value through to the end customer.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/1381
ISSN: 1522-936X

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