JFS : Concise Reviews and Hypotheses in Food Science Active Packaging Technologies with an Emphasis on Antimicrobial Packaging and its Applications

@inproceedings{Suppakul2003JFSC,
  title={JFS : Concise Reviews and Hypotheses in Food Science Active Packaging Technologies with an Emphasis on Antimicrobial Packaging and its Applications},
  author={Panuwat Suppakul and Joseph Miltz and Kees Sonneveld},
  year={2003}
}
In response to the dynamic changes in current consumer demand and market trends, the area of Active Packaging (AP) is becoming increasingly significant. Principal AP systems include those that involve oxygen scavenging, moisture absorption and control, carbon dioxide and ethanol generation, and antimicrobial (AM) migrating and nonmigrating systems. Of these active packaging systems, the AM version is of great importance. This article reviews: (1) the different categories of AP concepts with… CONTINUE READING

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