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broken husks of the seeds of cereal grains that are separated from the flour by sifting

food prepared from the husks of cereal grains

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RiceBran Technologies (NASDAQ: RIBT and RIBTW) (the "Company" or "RBT"), a global leader in the production and marketing of value added products derived from rice bran, began to focus on the emerging nutricosmetics market as a significant, high margin growth opportunity for its rice bran, rice bran oil and rice bran derivative products in late 2014.
Rice bran oil is gaining popularity not only in food and nutritional supplements, but also as a specialty ingredient in cosmetics and personal care products.
The Global Rice Bran Oil Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the rice bran oil industry.
Rice bran had received attention as a source of oil for human consumption (Chris et al.
The extract consists primarily of unrefined rice bran oil and rice bran's natural wax, which is used in confections.
The product, or "extract," consists primarily of unrefined rice bran oil and rice bran's natural wax, used in confections.
Rice bran oil is the oil extracted from the oily layer in between the paddy husk and the white rice (polished rice).
Since 2008, a shift has started to occur in the application of rice bran protein in food products.
The study showed that red and purple rice bran had higher extracted and cell-wall bound phenolic and flavonoid concentrations than the lighter-colored rice bran measured.
Rice bran flour from parboiled rice was obtained from Agro Millers (OLAM), a rice-milling factory in Makurdi, Nigeria.
Rice bran, a low-price agricultural by-product which tremendously produces in North part of Iran, can be partly replaced in expensive ingredients of poultry diets to reduce production cost.
Food scientist Dr Zhimin Xu said: "Just a spoonful of black rice bran contains more health promoting anthocyanin antioxidants than are found in a spoonful of blueberries, but with less sugar, and more fibre and vitamin E antioxidants.
In the present investigation, rice bran oil is used to prepare bio diesel using microwave assisted heating.
The "low-glycemic" Chocolate Crunch bar contains flax sprouts, puffed quinoa, pea fiber, broccoli sprouts, mesquite, spirulina and cinnamon, as well as grain-sweetened chocolate chips, walnuts, almond butter, sunflower seeds, brown rice protein and brown rice bran.
based rice processor NutraCea is to buy a rice bran oil production plant in Brazil.