Strategies for recycling and valorization of grape marc

@article{GmezBrandn2019StrategiesFR,
  title={Strategies for recycling and valorization of grape marc},
  author={Mar{\'i}a G{\'o}mez-Brand{\'o}n and Marta Lores and Heribert Insam and Jorge Dom{\'i}nguez},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Biotechnology},
  year={2019},
  volume={39},
  pages={437 - 450}
}
Abstract Grapes are one of the most cultivated fruit crops worldwide. Either for wine or juice production, grape processing generates a large amount of residues that must be treated, disposed of or reused properly to reduce their pollution load before being applied to the soil. In this review, a special focus is given to the treatment and valorization of the winemaking by-product like grape marc via anaerobic digestion, composting and vermicomposting at laboratory, pilot, and industrial scales… Expand
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