Vegetable and Fruit Waste Production Related to Consumption in Turkey and Certain Middle East Countries
Published: 30 March 2021
International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Science Research , Volume 5, pp 14-28; doi:10.29329/ijiasr.2021.338.2
Abstract: Vegetable and fruit wastes (VFW) comprise a large portion of wastes that contribute to pollution in different ways. This is because there is a large demand for such perishable products by all countries. The Turkish economy was mostly depending on agriculture before 40 years ago but due to globalization this has been changed into industrialization. Even though the industrialization dominates, the consumption of fruits and vegetables has been in an increasing trend in Turkey and its environs. The usage of such resources can be regulated by governments and organizations to avoid overusing them. Also, there are many ways for treating such inevitable wastes. To mention a few, extracting pigment, antioxidants, pesticides, producing single-celled proteins, enzymes, biofertilizers, green energy, and many others from the wastes can be done.
Keywords: biofertilizers / proteins / Turkey / pigment / usage / wastes / antioxidants / economy / comprise / inevitable
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