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Danish Innovator Is The George Washington Carver Of Hemp

August 31, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A Danish innovator’s experiments with Finnish hemp – especially the seeds, shelled hearts, oil, and flour – have led to the creation of a growing range of food products, in the same way George Washington Carver made use of the humble peanut. Henrik Rendbøll’s company, Møllerup Gods (i.e., “Estates”), works with farmers who cultivate 500 hectares of hemp annually. By manipulating the hemp components, the company has created bread mixes, pesto sauce, marzipan bread, granola, cereal bars, goat cheese and salami with roasted hemp seeds. A collaboration with a brewery/distillery produces red and black ales brewed with hemp flour, and a craft gin. [Image Credit: © Møllerup Gods ]
Niamh Michail, "Danish Supplier Serves Up a Healthy Dose of Hemp Product Innovation", FOODnavigator.com, August 31, 2017, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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