Billy goat plum, Gubinge or Kakadu plum

HATS off to the Australian Prawn Farmers Association. Reported by Robin McConochie in ABC Rural Report in October 2014 the story of the Gubinge and the latest research done the Griffith University. Researcher Dr. Yasmina Sultanbawa talks to McConochie about the Gubinge powder being used as as a antimicrobial in the preservation of prawns. As consumers are leaning towards cleaner and greener products this natural anti microbial product from the Gubinge can replace some of the chemical products in the preservation and extend the shelf life of the prawns.
Doctor Sultanbawa says “the use of this natural solution will not only help the prawn industry but also boost demand for the Gubinge and bush food products.
Read ABC report in 2013 by Matt Brann and the latest report in by Robin McConochie
For research information from Griffith University read here

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