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A 'Bran' New Way to Preserve Healthy Food

News   Jan 04, 2019 | Original Story by Carolyn Trietsch for Penn State.

 
A 'Bran' New Way to Preserve Healthy Food

The various stages of processing rye, from berries to alkylresorcinols (top left to bottom right): rye berries, rye chops (coarsely ground rye berries), rye bran, and alkylresorcinols (extracted and purified from rye bran). Credit: Ben Chrisfield / Penn State.

 
 
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