Quantitative and nutritional characterization of fruit and vegetable waste from marketplace: a potential use as bovine feedstuff?

@article{Angulo2012QuantitativeAN,
  title={Quantitative and nutritional characterization of fruit and vegetable waste from marketplace: a potential use as bovine feedstuff?},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Angulo and Liliana Mahecha and Sergio A Yepes and Angela M Yepes and Gilberto Bustamante and Harold Jaramillo and E. Valencia and Tom{\'a}s Villamil and Jorge Gallo},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2012},
  volume={95 Suppl},
  pages={
          S203-9
        }
}
There are different sources for the generation of solid waste, and marketplaces are considered one of them. Fruit and vegetable waste (FV) from a marketplace in Colombia was quantitatively and nutritionally characterized to contribute to its use in bovine feeding and to contribute minimizing its environmental impact. The evaluation was carried out 7 days per week during 4 periods of the year. FV was grouped by cluster analysis using SAS(®) 2006. FV was composed of 43% fruit, 30% vegetables and… Expand
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