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Effect of propionic acid and potassium sorbate as preservatives on the clotting and proteolytic activities of calves and bovine rennets during the extracting period






Egyptian Journal of Dairy Science 11(2): 299-307

Effect of propionic acid and potassium sorbate as preservatives on the clotting and proteolytic activities of calves and bovine rennets during the extracting period

According to the recent regulations issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Health, boric acid and sodium benzoate should not exceed 3 and 0.2% resp. in rennet extracts. However, propionic acid and potassium sorbate were successfully tried as additional preservatives in both calf rennet and adult bovine rennet extracts.

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