Conclusions

Animal by-products are the direct result of the production and processing of animals for food. Providing meat, milk, and eggs for the global table results in the ancillary production of inedible by-products. The total volume of such by-products approximates the total volume of edible meat when these animals are processed. This volume is increasing annually as the trend for more table-ready meat preparations increases. The utilization and the exploration for new utilizations as biological, industrial, and other value-added products must remain a priority in concert with the most economical, environmentally friendly, biosecure, and ecologically appropriate production of animal-derived foods.

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