Quebec-grown truffles unique in the world
A research team from Université Laval , under the direction of Normand Voyer, professor in the Department of Chemistry at Université Laval , has just established the uniqueness of the aroma of the Appalachian truffle grown in Québec. The results of this groundbreaking research have just been published in the international scholarly journal ACS OMEGA. Through state of the art analysis, chemists have shown that the aroma of Tuber canaliculatum, the scientific name of the truffle species grown in Québec, is composed of more than 30 volatile chemicals, six of which are unique to this species.
17 août 2022