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How to test plastic material properties

Different foods need different types of packaging. Both foods and packaging materials have different sets of properties and it is […]

What laws apply to food-safe plastic?

Food safety consists of the resources and strategies used to ensure that a food contact material is fit for human […]

What is convenience food? Discover the trend that is changing the food industry

Work, family, sport, leisure… our lives are so busy that being able to optimise our time and resources is a […]

Plastics additives: What do they do?

Article 5 of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 establishes the list of authorised substances for the manufacture and sale of […]

Packaging seals: a key factor for long shelf life and product preservation

How packaging is sealed is an important issue, as it has a direct impact on the quality of the product […]

5 differences between polypropylene and polyethylene food packaging.

Polyethylene and polypropylene are two of the most common plastics used in the food packaging industry. On the surface they […]

What is active packaging? Types and functions

The future of food packaging is packaging that increases shelf life without compromising on quality. This technological development is called […]

Plastic identification codes. What are they and what are they for?

The wide variety of materials on the market and their different recycling processes meant some identification codes were called for. […]

What does it mean for a material to have a density of <1?

Density is a value that measures the relationships between mass and volume, allowing us to quantify the properties of a […]


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