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Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Why Meat Packaging Need Oxygen Absorbers?

The main aim in any meat packaging is to preserve it from any changes for as long as possible. There must be no change in its visual appearance either. Importantly, the flavour, texture and its odour must be maintained to make it look as fresh as possible, as though just cut.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Oxygen Absorbers – How Do They Help In Improving The Shelf Life Of Food Items?

Oxygen absorbers are a crucial component in all kinds of long-term food storage plans. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that oxygen is the main reason why food items get spoiled in no time. Oxygen basically permits molds and pests to grow easily in your foodstuff, which is why they get damaged. By eliminating oxygen in your dry snacks, you’ll be able to improve the shelf life of the food items. An oxygen scavenger basically uses salt and iron powder to get rid of any extra moisture and oxygen, which is present in a food container.  Also Check our latest article: - Oxygen Absorbers | Food Storage

Monday, 6 October 2014

Oxygen Absorbers and Oxygen Scavengers for Food Storage

With animals and humans it is the key for the survival of micro-organisms as well. These organisms are fetal, if they found any way for growth in the edible items. So, by stopping oxygen to enter any food item it becomes easy to stop the growth of microorganism. The effect of growth of these microbes can be easily seen on the food items as food item immediately starts to lose its originality. Smell, taste and texture starts to change. Not only in edible but in non-edible items as well we can see the change. For example, metal if left unpolished its direct contact with oxygen will corrode the metal.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Essential Guide On Oxygen Scavengers

Oxygen present in the environment is very crucial for a lot of processes to take place, but not necessarily in a positive manner every time. Like in pharmaceutical and Food industries oxygen is not a friend but a foe. After hydrolytic degradation, oxidative degradation is one of the most common modes of degradation addressed by formulators to protect a drug. In contrast to hydrolysis, oxidative mechanisms are complex and often trigger irreversible degradation of the drug compound once initiated.