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A large amount of saffron by-products (leaves, petals, whole flowers, stamens, styles and corms) with little or no commercial value are wasted when processing the stigmas.
For this reason, the valorization of saffron by-products is considered as an environmental and economic stake for the Moroccan producers which can be a material supplement for the population.
The objective of this review is to succeed in the study and the proposal of ways of valorization of the bio-residues of the saffron culture for a sustainable development of this sector.The objective of this review is to succeed in the study and the proposal of ways of valorization of the saffron by-products for a sustainable development of the saffron sector and the contribution to the international scientific knowledge in this field.In this sense, the main objectives of the present study are:- To valorize saffron by-products and to highlight its richness, by a phytochemical study;- To evaluate the antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, insecticidal and anti-mite potential of the phenolic extracts of Crocus sativus by-products.
researcher at the Laboratory of Biotechnology, Materials and Environment Faculty of Sciences of Agadir, University Ibn zohr.
His research focuses on the valorization of natural products.
He has published more than 6 articles in peer-reviewed journals.
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