Native plums could replace synthetic chemicals to preserve meat

Alison Paterson
Updated April 26 2024 - 6:59am, first published April 25 2024 - 11:00am
Native Kakadu plums could replace synthetic chemicals and revolutionise the way the industry preserves meat. Picture: Supplied
Native Kakadu plums could replace synthetic chemicals and revolutionise the way the industry preserves meat. Picture: Supplied

A small green native plum consumed for its nutritional and therapeutic value by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years offers a sustainable and effective alternative to preserving meat instead of using synthetic chemicals - all without affecting it's taste.

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Alison Paterson

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