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The important potential ecological and economic value of carob (goat horn) Ceratonia siliqua L., the production of which is becoming secondary to citrus fruits in Kozan

The important potential ecological and economic value of carob (goat horn) Ceratonia siliqua L., the production of which is becoming secondary to citrus fruits in Kozan

Orman Muhendisligi 44(10/12): 38-40

The carob is increasing in importance as a forestry product in Kozan, Turkey, where it is now secondary only to citrus fruits in terms of productivity. This article enumerates some of the many products that can be derived from carob, including foodstuffs such as confectionery, food additives such as thickening agents and 'locust bean gum' (E410), animal feeds, products used in the chemical, paper, textile, photographic, cosmetic and drug industries, and biofuel.

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