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Enrichment of honey with biologically active substances



Enrichment of honey with biologically active substances



Vyestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Syeryya Syel'skahaspadarchykh Navuk (2): 47-51



The industrial method is developed for honey enriched in biologically active compounds from introduced plants such as Hippophae rhamnoides, Aronia melanocarpa, Crataegus submollis and Rhaponticum carthamoides. The stability of the biologically active compounds in the enriched honey during storage is studied.

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