Food Packaging and Preservation


Food packaging is defined as enclosing food to protect it from tampering or impurity from physical, chemical, and natural sources, with active packaging being the most common packaging system used for preserving food products. From feasts in Agro-Food processed 2019. Vacuum packaging is an easy and natural way to reduce oxygen within a package to extend shelf life. The reduction or absence of oxygen slows food declination and increases storehouse time. Marketable vacuum packaging can use further than air removal to help save food items.


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