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The Sami-Sabinsa Group* has committed to fund a 10-year reforestation project that will oversee the planting of more than 166,600 Indian kino (Pterocarpus marsupium, Fabaceae) trees on 250 acres in the large central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.1 The group expects to spend about $500,000 on the project, which it claims is the first initiative to conserve this high-value, multipurpose, threatened species in India. The project earned the NutraIngredients-USA Editors Award for Industry Initiative of the Year for 2018.2 The Indian kino tree has been used in India’s traditional medicine system of Ayurveda, and extracts of the heartwood have demonstrated antidiabetic properties (see “About the Indian Kino Tree” sidebar)...




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