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Packaged foods: how to increase shelf life

The UNI 10534-2005 standard defines shelf life as the period of time that corresponds, under certain storage conditions, to a tolerable decrease in food quality. It essentially defines the suitability for food use, contextualizing itself in a wider discourse that takes into consideration the chemical-physical, organoleptic, enzymatic and microbiological characteristics of the product. In the degradation process of a food [...]

Active packaging: how to improve shelf life

Many foods are sensitive to oxygen which is directly or indirectly responsible for their deterioration. In many cases, in fact, the alterations are caused by oxidation reactions or by the presence of aerobic microorganisms. The presence of oxygen (O2) in food packaging is mainly due to failures in the packaging process, such as gas mixtures containing oxygen residues or inefficient [...]