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GRAPE SEED OIL : FROM A WINERY WASTE TO A VALUE ADDED COSMETIC PRODUCT-A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Sotiropoulou2015GRAPESO,
  title={GRAPE SEED OIL : FROM A WINERY WASTE TO A VALUE ADDED COSMETIC PRODUCT-A REVIEW},
  author={Evangelia I. Sotiropoulou and Vassileios Varelas and Maria Liouni and Elias T. Nerantzis},
  year={2015}
}
In this respect, the major aim of this research work is to explore possible ways for the use of winery wastes. The objective is to encourage companies to apply value adding technologies in order to reduce their waste generation and disposal, provide further alternatives to diminish the environmental impact of winery activity and introduce additional sources of income. This research focuses on grape seeds and reveals its promising future as a distinct product with potential usage in cosmetology. 
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