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Agriculture waste turned into high-value products

Farm waste from unpicked berries, to rejected produce from supermarkets, will be used to create new products from skin care to high tech materials.

The $11 million program will be led by University of Adelaide.

The research consortium has its sights set on sunscreen from mushroom waste, and skin care products from apples and berries.

To find out more rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with Professor Vincent Bulone.

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