There is a wide variety of plants on Earth that provide staple food for humans and animals. Much of the plant products suitable for human consumption are prepared for human consumption using traditional or industrial techniques. During the preparation or manufacturing of the majority of these plant products, residues arise or remain that have not previously been used for human consumption. Such vegetable residues include, for example, seed coats, hulls, stalks or kernels.
We have developed methods and procedures with which plant residues can be unlocked in such a way that all of the ingredients contained therein can be made available to human consumption. Since the processes are technically easy to implement and universally applicable, it is possible to unlock and fractionate locally occurring plant residues economically and without ecological pollution. In doing so, important foodstuffs become available for human consumption and this makes it possible to fully utilize the sustainability that nature provides us with.