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i The National Centre for Livestock and the Environment (University of Manitoba) (no date). Agricultural By-Products Research Processing and Demonstration Facility.   

ii Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (September 2017). Food Losses and Waste: Issues and Policy Options.   

iii Beef Cattle Research Council (2016). Beef’s Place in a Healthy Environment.  

iv Justice Laws Website (October 29, 2020). Feed Regulations, 1983.   

v Beef Cattle Research Council (2020). “Distillers’ Grains.”  

vi Supekar, P. (December 19, 2017). “Fruits and Vegetables Byproducts and Uses in Food Processing Industries.” Discover Food Tech.  

vii Gómez, M. & M.M. Martinez (June 2, 2017). “Fruit and Vegetable By-Products as Novel Ingredients to Improve the Quality of Baked Goods.” Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 58(13): 2119-35.  

viii Faustina, M. et al. (March 2019). “Agro-Food Byproducts as a New Source of Natural Food Additives.” Molecules 24(6): 1056.  

ix Yu, J. et al. (January 2014). “Agricultural By-Products as Important Food Sources of Polyphenols.” In Polyphenols (D.T. Cobb, Ed.), Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 1-32.   

x Statistics Canada (September 4, 2009). “That Beet is Sweet!”  

xi Summerscales, J. et al. (October 2010). “A Review of Bast Fibres and Their Composites, Part 1 – Fibres as Reinforcements.” Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 41(10): 1329-35. 

xii Sanchuan, G. et al. (August 2009). “Pulp and Fiber Characterization of Wheat Straw and Eucaluptus Pulps – A Comparison.” Bioresources 4(3). 

xiii Spirit Agriculture Development Group Ltd. (2020). “Hemp Bioplastics.”  

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