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Aquatic products’ packaging methods and packaging machines

Fish and shrimp and other aquatic products have high nutritional value, but they are also perishable food. In order to ensure product quality, people began to use a variety of packaging methods to package aquatic products. From simple plastic packaging to today's integrated production line, packaging provides a variety [...]

How modified atmosphere packaging benefits your meat business

Modified Atmosphere Packaging gas is generally composed of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, oxygen and a small amount of special gases. Carbon dioxide gas can inhibit the growth and reproduction of most aerobic spoilage bacteria and fungi, and is the main antimicrobial agent in the fresh-keeping gas. Oxygen can inhibit [...]

How to choose sealing film in MAP modified atmosphere packaging

The choice of sealing film is very important in modified atmosphere packaging. Different food products have different requirements for packaging film. For example, cooked food and fresh food industries need high barrier film materials. For vegetables and fruits, they need high permeability packaging materials. Because each kind of [...]

8 frequently asked questions in MAP modified atmosphere packaging

Modified atmosphere packaging technology is already utilized in the packaging of many food products, including fresh meat, aquatic products, other meat products, bakery products, ready made meals, etc. But for some customers, the lack of essential knowledges in MAP technology is still a problem. Below we list 8 [...]

MAP modified atmosphere packaging technology in meat products’ storage

Modified atmosphere packaging, also known as Nitrogen injection packaging, gas filling packaging, changes the gas composition around the food to keep it relatively stable for a certain period of time, and uses this ideal hydrogen gas environment to inhibit the growth of microorganisms and prolong the shelf life of [...]

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