The future of lupin as a protein crop in Europe

  title={The future of lupin as a protein crop in Europe},
  author={Marcella M. Lucas and Frederick L. Stoddard and Paolo Annicchiarico and Juana Fr{\'i}as and Cristina Mart{\'i}nez-Villaluenga and Daniela Sussmann and Marcello M Duranti and Alice Seger and Peter M. Zander and Jos{\'e} J. Pueyo},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
Europe has become heavily dependent on soya bean imports, entailing trade agreements and quality standards that do not satisfy the European citizen's expectations. White, yellow, and narrow-leafed lupins are native European legumes that can become true alternatives to soya bean, given their elevated and high-quality protein content, potential health benefits, suitability for sustainable production, and acceptability to consumers. Nevertheless, lupin cultivation in Europe remains largely… CONTINUE READING
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