Douglas L. Marshall

The increase in ethanol production, along with the corresponding decrease in the availability of traditional corn-derived ingredients, is a challenge facing many food companies. Byproducts of ethanol production (i.e., ethanol co-products) represent a nutritious and versatile source of ingredients for use in food processing and animal nutrition.

Gaining knowledge of the ethanol production process, the application of ethanol co-products in product development, and the relevant regulatory and qualit…

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