The mission TaReCa aims at the development of tailor-made cascade utilization of plant residuals from horticulture, to exploit add-on worth by combining the manufacturing of vegetables with subsequent extraction of worthwhile plant secondary metabolites (SM). The interdisciplinary crew of TaReCa will unleash the potential of tailoring secondary metabolism in residuals from bell pepper production by stresses applied in manufacturing greenhouses. The venture will deal with the flavonoid cynaroside, which is of curiosity for the cosmetic, food and pharmaceutical industries because of its antioxidant, antimicrobial and most cancers-preventive properties. As many SM have such useful properties, leaves and stems from stress-treated bell pepper plants will likely be screened for added induced metabolites, adopted by evaluation of market potential and entry options/limitations in addition to investigations on extractability. This generates the potential for the production of bioactive compounds for multiple market segments. The challenge drives the development of environmentally-friendly, financial extraction and purification processes which will be coupled to a potential utilization of the remaining plant material in a biorefinery to additional increase the value chain. The double and even triple utilization of horticultural manufacturing chains for food and tailor-made compounds will generate novel, reasonably priced and economically related products for industrial purposes. To make sure future industrial exploitation, an industrial advisory board will accompany the undertaking. TaReCa will reveal an revolutionary approach to make use of out there sources more effectively and contribute substantially to a sustainable, efficient and built-in bioeconomy without competing with meals/feed production.