Ubon Bio Ethanol to get more cassava feedstock thanks to bioeconomy scheme

July 24, 2018 |

In Thailand, the Bangkok Post reports that Ubon Bio Ethanol expects an additional 80,000 metric tons of organic cassava grown on about 20,000 rai to be supplied through outgrowers next year as part of the government’s bioeconomy scheme that aims at boosting family farming income. Already about 20,000 tons from contract farming is expected for this year. In addition to ethanol, the company will be expanding its product offering to include maltodextrin, organic modified starch and pharmaceutical products.

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