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Industry Innovation: Rosemary as a Solution for Extending Shelf Life

May 2020
--- Kitchen ingredients such as rosemary  extract may be an effective way of cleaning up the label, while touting sustainable claims to boot. One of the most common problems faced by food manufacturers is the deterioration of quality in their food over prolonged periods of time due to microbial contamination and oxidation, which can lead to costly wastage and deviations in taste, color and textures.
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