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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The project "Improving food quality and end use market acceptance of Australian pulses" will run for 3 years, finishing on 30 June 2013... The project also has a research component on cooking quality that links directly with a related GRDC project lead by VIC-Horsham... It is vital that Australian pulses have acceptable or superior qualities to maintain and enhance market share world wide...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The project "Improving food quality and end use market acceptance of Australian pulses" will run for 3 years, finishing on 30 June 2013... The project also has a research component on cooking quality that links directly with a related GRDC project lead by VIC-Horsham... It is vital that Australian pulses have acceptable or superior qualities to maintain and enhance market share world wide...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
India adds flavour to chickpea research recipe.. Pulse buyers in India say Australian chickpeas need to pass the 'puffing' test to gain wider appeal... India is Australia's largest market for chickpeas, and new research focusing on consumer preferences in that country has identified flavour and functionality as the major challenges for Australian pulse breeders and growers to address...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Charles Sturt University PhD student Clare Flakelar is researching whether health-promoting minor compounds in canola oil can be selectively bred... "Processors have stated that the primary reason for using such techniques is to provide consumers with the end product they prefer," Ms Flakelar says... Ms Flakelar says by verifying that the canola variety itself is important in the balance of these compounds, it gives breeders the ability to drive this opportunity...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Charles Sturt University PhD student Clare Flakelar is researching whether health-promoting minor compounds in canola oil can be selectively bred... "Processors have stated that the primary reason for using such techniques is to provide consumers with the end product they prefer," Ms Flakelar says... Ms Flakelar says by verifying that the canola variety itself is important in the balance of these compounds, it gives breeders the ability to drive this opportunity...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Chickpea puffing power could drive new niche markets.. Mrs Paul Mukhopadhyay said that while the suitability of different Indian cultivars of desi chickpeas for puffing had been studied and reported, knowledge of Australian desi chickpea performance in this respect was lacking... Her research project was established to benchmark the puffing potential of Australian desi chickpea genotypes against common Indian cultivars, and to screen Australian genotypes for puffing quality...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Chickpea puffing power could drive new niche markets.. Her research project was established to benchmark the puffing potential of Australian desi chickpea genotypes against common Indian cultivars, and to screen Australian genotypes for puffing quality... A component of Mrs Paul Mukhopadhyay's research involved screening Australian genotypes for puffing quality, and considerable variation was found in puffing output...
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