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  • Angus Robertson - Oat Services
    Skin Trial 3 Terms and Conditions Contact Us Oat Cosmetics Home Angus Robertson Angus Robertson Posted by Oat Cosmetics In 07 Aug 2014 0 comments Related Posts 2015 Oat Services Ltd All Rights Reserved OAT is the international registered trade mark of Oat Services Limited under numbers EU008688749 Privacy Terms of Trade Terms of Use ISO9001 Visit Our Ingredient Site Oat Cosmetics Limited Home Downloads About Us Contact Us The

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/team/john-doe/ (2016-02-11)
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  • James Daybell - Oat Services
    Skin Trial 3 Terms and Conditions Contact Us Oat Cosmetics Home James Daybell James Daybell Posted by Oat Cosmetics In 06 Aug 2014 0 comments Related Posts 2015 Oat Services Ltd All Rights Reserved OAT is the international registered trade mark of Oat Services Limited under numbers EU008688749 Privacy Terms of Trade Terms of Use ISO9001 Visit Our Ingredient Site Oat Cosmetics Limited Home Downloads About Us Contact Us The

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/team/james-daybell/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Rebecca Harris - Oat Cosmetics
    Skin Trial 3 Terms and Conditions Contact Us Oat Cosmetics Home Rebecca Harris Rebecca Harris Posted by Oat Cosmetics In 05 Aug 2014 0 comments Related Posts 2015 Oat Services Ltd All Rights Reserved OAT is the international registered trade mark of Oat Services Limited under numbers EU008688749 Privacy Terms of Trade Terms of Use ISO9001 Visit Our Ingredient Site Oat Cosmetics Limited Home Downloads About Us Contact Us The

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/team/rebecca-harris/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Victoria Sherwood - Oat Services
    Skin Trial 3 Terms and Conditions Contact Us Oat Cosmetics Home Victoria Sherwood Victoria Sherwood Posted by Oat Cosmetics In 28 Mar 2013 0 comments Related Posts 2015 Oat Services Ltd All Rights Reserved OAT is the international registered trade mark of Oat Services Limited under numbers EU008688749 Privacy Terms of Trade Terms of Use ISO9001 Visit Our Ingredient Site Oat Cosmetics Limited Home Downloads About Us Contact Us The

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/team/victoria-sherwood/ (2016-02-11)
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  • OATEC Project - Oat Services
    Activities 11 oatec Financing and IPR 12 oatec References 13 oatec Pilot extraction of oil from naked oats using 14 oatec Fractionation plant plans 15 oatec London Stock Exchange Chapter 20 Requirements 16 oatec Summary of Patent Applications 17 oatec The QUOATS scheme 2015 Oat Services Ltd All Rights Reserved OAT is the international registered trade mark of Oat Services Limited under numbers EU008688749 Privacy Terms of Trade Terms of

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/oatec-project/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Afeno Project - Oat Services
    better than would have been expected from the nutritional description Advances in genetic breeding at IGER Aberystwyth had led to the establishment of naked oats as a viable break crop option for growers and advanced varieties of high oil naked oats offer the potential for significantly enhanced performance in monogastrics diets Oats are a cereal break crop option for growers However the relatively modest annual production is constrained by the lack of viable markets to sustain an attractive return to the grower The animal feed market has the potential to double the area of oats under production whilst offering the compounder a starch based high energy alternative to the high levels of wheat currently used in poultry diets An increase in the cultivated area of oats would also benefit the environment through encouraging biodiversity together with the advantages of lower fertilizer herbicide and pesticide regimes when compared to wheat The AFENO project was established to conduct a coordinated programme of research to test the advantages of naked oats to the grower as an economic breakcrop to the poultry industry as an effective ingredient in broiler and turkey rations and to the consumer in improved meat quality AFENO 2004 2015 Oat

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/afeno-project/ (2016-02-11)
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  • ABIPO Project - Oat Services
    known safety in food applications Previous work on oats has concentrated on the dietary health benefits of the b glucan fraction of oats but less is understood both scientifically and commercially about the performance of both oat oil and the constituent oat antioxidants in personal care and health products The Oatec project phase 1 1995 1997 phase 2 1999 2001 was tasked to provide a clear indication of the market potential technology needs and financial viability of an oat fractionation plant located in the Marches area It has assisted the UK in developing a level of knowledge and expertise in the area of advanced oat fractionation that is unparalleled in Europe or the US however it did not look in detail at the technical aspects of processing oat antioxidants ourably by the consumer and have an established history of use and known safety in food applications Previous work on oats has concentrated on the dietary health benefits of the b glucan fraction of oats but less is understood both scientifically and commercially about the performance of both oat oil and the constituent oat antioxidants in personal care and health products ABIPO is under the Competitive Industrial Material from Non Food Crops LINK programme This project brings together academic and industrial partners who have developed good relations over recent years Links were forged during the HGCA funded INNOVATION project Project objectives Produce existing oat varieties in a way that maximises the biosynthesis of phenolic compounds and minimises the amount of post harvest modification required Probe a unique oat gene pool to identify oat lines which have the desired characteristics Study conventional and novel extraction technologies to provide fractions containing specific active compounds Assess the potential of these fractions for use in a range of personal care products Deliver commercially viable products

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/abipo-project/ (2016-02-11)
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  • OatLINK Project - Oat Services
    economic competitiveness good agronomic and disease characteristics and sharing of molecular markers The objectives of developing marker assisted selection MAS and using it and phenotypic selection to develop and test oats for the milling and poultry industry have been brought together in a single project Specific objectives were i to develop new molecular markers UK mapping populations and contrasting bulk segregants for use in MAS of important traits ii to identify incorporate select and evaluate important traits for sustainable production and human consumption iii to identify incorporate select and evaluate important traits for sustainable production and premium livestock feed and iv to identify incorporate select and evaluate important traits for organic production Progress has been made in the development and application of molecular markers and the first winter oat genetic linkage map developed Phenotyping of populations developed for specific traits has been completed low lignin husk beta glucan and markers have been identified associated with the dwarfing gene dw6 components of height and yield beta glucan content oil content and naked character The project confirmed that increasing oil content increases the energy ME value of naked oats the potential of high oil oats in poultry diets and demonstrated the lower environmental impact per unit of energy provided compared with other cereals NIR calibrations for oil and N content were developed and the suitability of oats for organic production systems was confirmed with yields of 7t ha achieved Several potential varieties winter spring husked and naked have been tested for their end user suitability in conjunction with the milling and poultry industry The development of markers for beta glucan will aid the development of oats that meet the needs of the milling industry and capitalise on the proven health benefit of oats OatLINK has aided the promotion of oats as a

    Original URL path: http://www.oat.co.uk/oatlink-project/ (2016-02-11)
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