Articles | Volume 61, issue 3
Original study
18 Jul 2018
Original study |  | 18 Jul 2018

Glycerin as a factor for moderating quality changes in table eggs during storage

Kamil Drabik, Patrycja Chabroszewska, Kostiantyn Vasiukov, Agnieszka Adamczuk, and Justyna Batkowska


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Short summary
Glycerol, a by-product of biodiesel production, is non-toxic to humans and environment. With the increase in demand for fuels obtained from biomass, the amount of glycerine waste increases. There are many ways to dispose it (pharmaceutical, cosmetics and chemical industry), but its utilization is still insufficient. Due to the fact that glycerine is a safe, cheap and easy to apply substance, the possibility of using it on a large scale in the aspect of chicken eggs storage seems to be possible.