Passports of honey produced in western Georgia


Nona Abashidze; Indira Japaridze; Maia Kharadze; Maia Vanidze; Aleko Kalandia; Ruslan Davitadze


Honey, Nectar, Pollen, Sugar Content, Diastatic activity, Phenolic Compounds, Antioxidant Activity


The monography is dedicated to the study of chemical composition of several honey varieties produced in wester Georgia using modern analytical methods. The results are used to create passports for these samples that would indicate correlation between the chemical composition of the honey, its plant source and geographical origin. Monography will be interesting for the specialists from the fields of natural science, agriculture and food technology, such as experts, students, farmers, and manufacturers.The above project was fulfilled by financial support of the Georgian National Science Foundation (Grant AP/96/13 and 216816). Any idea in this publication is possessed by the authors and may not represent the opinion of the Georgian National Science Foundation


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