Human Feed

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Our team is active in Brazil and has a long record of service.

ZTI Invest is ready to serve and meet the needs of the human feed sector.

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Wheat:

Wheat is the most important grain that is one of the dominant forces of the people of the world. This plant is available in wild and domestic species

This crop has the largest area under food cultivation.

220.4 million hectares in 2014 World wheat trade alone is higher than all other agricultural products.

In 2016, world wheat production was 749 million tons, which led to the production of this crop after corn. Global demand for this product is increasing due to the presence of a protein called gluten in it, which makes the dough sticky and facilitates the production of processed products.


Corn:

Corn originated in the Americas, and after wheat, most of the world’s agricultural land belongs to corn. Corn is rich in nutrients needed by the body and is also a good source of fiber and is rich in calories.

Corn is basically the same species, but it is composed of different cultivars and varieties:

  • Horse tooth corn
  • Crystal corn
  • Flour corn
  • Popcorn
  • Shea corn
  • Waxy corn
  • Sweet corn

Soy:

Soy is a popular legume of Asian origin. People who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet usually use soy to replace meat.

Soybeans are rich in protein and healthful.

We can eat them in meal, drink them in milk and alternatives and take them in the form of supplements.

Manufacturers may also extract the oil from soy and after that we can use it to make ecologically friendly fuel as well as engine lubricants, candles and crayons.

Some manufacturer’s flavone supplements from soy and make protein powder.


Rice:

Rice is one of the most important grains and food items in the world. Half of the world’s population depends on rice as a staple food. There are currently tens of thousands of different varieties of rice in the world, but these fall into two general biological species. The main types of rice include the Asian rice with the scientific name Oryza sativa and the African rice with the scientific name Oryza glaberrima. Wild rice species are also generally classified in the genus Zizania and Porteresia .Rice, after sugarcane and corn, is the third largest crop in terms of production in the world.


Barley:

Barley is made of cereals. The life cycle of this plant is one year and it belongs to the Gramineae family.

Barley is one of the first cereals grown by humans. Worldwide, 70% of barley production is used as animal feed, while 30% is used as a fermentable material for beer and some distilled beverages, as well as in various foods such as soups and stews, and in barley bread. Barley grains are commonly used in the traditional method in the preparation of malt.

In terms of production, in 2017, barley ranked fourth among cereals (149 million tons) after corn, rice and wheat.


Edible oil:

Edible or cooking oil is a fat of plant, animal or microbial origin that is liquid at room temperature and is suitable for use in food. The general term “vegetable oil” when used to label a cooking oil product is a combination of a variety of oils, often based on palm, corn, and soybean or sunflower oils.

The list of vegetable oils includes all vegetable oils that are extracted from plants by pressing the relevant part of the plant. Although few plants are completely oil-free, oil from a small set of major petroleum products supplemented with dozens of small petroleum products has been widely used and traded.

Oils may also be extracted by dissolving parts of plants in water or other solvents and distilling oils (known as essential oils) or injecting parts of plants into a base oil.


Animal husbandry:

Meat is the name of an organic substance that is present in the body of most animals. Humans eat the meat of animals such as cattle, sheep, pigs, turkeys, chickens and geese. Meat is often accompanied by bones and some fat and is high in protein.

Meat is very important in economics, culture and medicine, and there are quantities for its consumption and production. Meat is made mostly of water, protein and fat. It is usually prepared in various cooking methods and then consumed. Meat is also very vulnerable to corruption and spoilage.

The ova is the sperm cell of a female egg (usually an oval) that is biologically laid for reproduction and is a food source for humans. The process of laying an egg takes 24 hours, so a hen can lay only one egg a day.

Chickens and other laying hens are widely kept around the world, and egg production is a global industry. In 2009, it was estimated that 62.1 million tons of eggs were produced worldwide from approximately 6.4 billion laying hens.


Seafood:

Seafood has a significant effect on protecting the body against many diseases. Their properties are so great and effective that we can use seafood two to three times a week.

These days, their consumption has increased due to the nutrients contained in seafood.

Nutrients in exchange for seafood:

  1. Omega 3 fatty acids
  2. Protein needed by the body
  3. A variety of vitamins needed