2 edition of Modern food packaging film technology found in the catalog.
Modern food packaging film technology
J. W. Selby
by British Food Manufacturing Industries Research Association
Written in English
|Statement||by J.W. Selby.|
|Series||Scientific and technical surveys -- no.39|
|Contributions||British Food Manufacturing Industries Research Association.|
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Abstract: This chapter introduces controlled release packaging, which is an emerging technology by which active compounds such as antimicrobials or antioxidants are first incorporated into the package and then released to the food in a controlled manner to inhibit microbial growth or oxidation, thereby extending shelf life of the product.
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Consequently, food packaging accounts for almost two‐thirds of total packaging waste by volume (Hunt and others ). Moreover, food packaging is approximately 50% (by weight) of total packaging sales.
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This design trend is visible in almost every modern food packaging – be it snack bars, ketchup bottles, or even paper packaging for takeaway food at restaurants.