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Vital wheat gluten, a protein with potential

Functionalization of vital gluten protein for targeted use in the food industry

Monika C. Wehrli, Prof. Dr. Thomas Becker

For almost every one of the 17 goals that the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development sets out, food and its value chain plays an important role [1]. With this agenda, the United Nations has created a global framework for action that addresses all social players.

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