Food Technology | July 2017 |

Extending shelf life is a primary function of food packaging, and new preservation technologies reduce nutrient, flavor, and color losses and degradative reactions during processing. As preservation technologies advance, packaging needs to meet new processing and product requirements. High pressure processing (HPP), microwave-assisted thermal sterilization (MATS), and active packaging present challenges and opportunities. A fresh-to-the-consumer look at retail is possible when innovative packaging is combined with new preservation technologies. [continue reading]


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