"The discarded materials from grapes used to make white wine soon could become a new “superfood” — and be used in a chocolate that debuted here last week. A group of scientists and entrepreneurs are aiming to transform Chardonnay marc — the discarded grape skins, seeds and stems left over from winemaking — into an “upcycled” superfood rich in nutrients that some researchers say improves gut, cardiovascular and brain health."

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