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The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet. (...) This competition is solution agnostic, meaning cultivated, plant-based, blended, and other approaches are eligible as long as they meet the competition’s judging criteria.
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Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/sw/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
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XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion: Tomorrow’s Protein Competition (EN) | 联合国 Skip to main content Toggle navigation 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! (...) The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet.
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Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/zh/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
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The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet. (...) This competition is solution agnostic, meaning cultivated, plant-based, blended, and other approaches are eligible as long as they meet the competition’s judging criteria.
Language:English
Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/ar/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
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The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet. (...) This competition is solution agnostic, meaning cultivated, plant-based, blended, and other approaches are eligible as long as they meet the competition’s judging criteria.
Language:English
Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/en/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
Data Source: un
The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet. (...) This competition is solution agnostic, meaning cultivated, plant-based, blended, and other approaches are eligible as long as they meet the competition’s judging criteria.
Language:English
Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/fr/node/116352
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The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet. (...) This competition is solution agnostic, meaning cultivated, plant-based, blended, and other approaches are eligible as long as they meet the competition’s judging criteria.
Language:English
Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/hi/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
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XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion: Tomorrow’s Protein Competition (EN) | Организация Объединенных Наций Skip to main content Toggle navigation Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) The critical impact area that XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion addresses is the need for alternative proteins at-scale The Challenge By 2050, Earth’s population will be 9.7 billion. Demand for high protein products is increasing while impact from meat production practices devastates our planet.
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Score: 1619947.3 - https://www.un.org/ru/impact-u...%E2%80%99s-protein-competition
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Edible dried seeds of beans, lentils, peas, chickpeas and favas Cotyledons of leguminous crops Important agricultural crop of plants in the Fabaceae family  Why pulses? Pulses are perplexing, pretty and planet-saving sources of plant-based protein (*say that 5 times fast). Perplexing because most plants in this family obtain their own nitrogen (an essential plant nutrient) through a symbiotic relationship with bacteria (Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium). (...) Food Garden, UBC Botanical Garden Planet-saving because pulses are nutritional powerhouses, providing important plant-based proteins shown to lower the risk of disease.
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Score: 1616127.4 - https://www.fao.org/pulses-201...-place-planted-from-policy/en/
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Pulses are packed with nutrients, and are a fantastic source of protein, which is particularly important for human health. Pulses are made up of about 20-25 percent of protein by weight, which is double the protein content of wheat and triple that of rice. When eaten together with cereals, the protein quality in the diet is significantly improved and a complete protein is formed.
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Score: 1615538.5 - https://www.fao.org/pulses-2016/faq/en/
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In terms of this Rulebook, the nutrients are as follows: 1) granulose nutrients; 2) milling wheat products; 3) starch industry products; 4) alcohol and brew industry products; 5) sugar industry products and sugar industry subsidiary products and ascorbin industry products; 6) oil industry products; 7) dessicated plant products; 8) other plant products; 9) nutrients of animal origin; 10) nutrients with added non-protein azote compositions; 11) mineral nutrients. 1. (...) karotin at least 30,6 mg/kg; the impurities of other plants growing with the lucerne at most 10% 12 13 31 13 5 The protein - karotin concen trate of lucern e (PKKL) The product made by coagulation and dessication of proteins from the green juice of lucerne; dark-green color;  karotin at least 500 mg/kg and at least 1 000 mg/kg of total xanthophylls 50 5 3 1 3 6 The flour of grasse s (Grami nea) The product made by dessication and milling of young grasses growing together; light-green color; minced as referred to under number 1, with at least 170 mg/kg of karotin 14 12 25 1 3 7 The milled plant of maize The product made by milling the whole plant of maize together with the corn-cob in milk or wax maturity; yellow to light- brown color 6 12 30 Not to be determined 8 Tapiok a (manio ka; kasava ) The dessicated and previously washed products of bulbs (manioca flour; pellets etc); grey to umber- grey color with at least 65% of starch 13 5,5 Not to be determined 9 The dessic ated shuck of grape The product made by dessication of remainings during the processing of grape in brown color 10 10 24 9 10 The flour of peas The product made by dessication of peas plant with harvests, light-green to light-brown color 16 10 24 9 11 The flour of peas plant The product made by dessication and milling of peas plant after separation of kernels. (...) Chart 7 The ordin al numb erbroj The type of plant products The description Proteins % at least Humidity % At most Cellulose s % At most Ash % At most 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 The edible vegetable fat Edible vegetable oil The product which is consisted of vegetable fat, i.e. vegetable oil; peroxide number at most 40 mmol H2O2 Not to be determine d Not to be determin ed Not to be determin ed Not to be determine d 2 The fat acid The product made by rafination of vegetable fats and oils with at most 5% non-soap substance and vaporable substances Not to be determine d 5 Not to be determin ed Not to be determine d 3 The protected fats for nourishment of ruminants The product made by combination of plant and animal fats in the chemical reaction with calcium and it contains at most of 9% calcium and at most 84% of fats.
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Score: 1610039.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A2_LEG_7b.pdf
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