*Corresponding author:Temur Gvinianidze, Professor, Department of Engineering Science, Kutaisi, Georgia
Received: November 05, 2018; Published: November 21, 2018
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Due to increasing environmental radionuclide background, the scientists and specialists constantly face the problem of developing technologies for producing plant-based, therapeutic-purpose foods and food supplements enriched with biologically active substances, which are characterized by high immunomodulating, radioprotective and antioxidant activity. From such therapeutic-purpose foods and food supplements, of particular importance are the beverages because their improved composition, sensory and liquid consistency provide high availability and increased therapeutic capacity
Keywords: Radionuclide; Antioxidant Activity; Grapes; Food; Special Wine
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