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Industrial utilization of medicinal and aromatic plant resources in developing countries



Industrial utilization of medicinal and aromatic plant resources in developing countries



Acta Horticulturae ( 333): 19-45



Many developing countries are endowed with vast resources of medicinal and aromatic plants. Apart from traditional ways of using them in health care, many are exported as raw materials to industrialized countries for processing. UNIDO has promoted and developed programmes to industrially process these plants to establish agro-based industries in developing countries. Technologies for processing at both central and rural level have been transferred.

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