Lupin could steal the show from soya in animal feed
Environment Agriculture food security

Lupin could steal the show from soya in animal feed

Dr Muhammad Zahid Ihsan
Dr Muhammad Zahid Ihsan

In 10 seconds? It seems humans and farm animals are in competition for an old-new food: lupin beans. The protein-rich foodstuff popular in Italy and the Middle East is an emerging favorite of plant-based food fans and offers a cheap alternative in animal feeds.

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