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The Economist magazine takes a look at how vacuum packing can extend the life of food products on the shelf.
Company is now the only rigid film producer with manufacturing sites on four continents.
U.S. researchers say two chemicals found in standard food packaging can lead to harmful health concerns.
South Carolina food packaging company increases its presence in the grocery market segment.
Par-Pak expansion to create 25 jobs
Product recalls on the account of food contamination are arguably every food processor’s worst nightmare these days-despite all the vast technological and engineering advances made over the years to improve the safety, shelf-life, freshness, flavor and nutritional value of many of today’s popular packaged food products.
“Waste not want not” is a wonderful little catchphrase, but as with most such idioms, reality is often quite different from wishful
thinking and token lip service.
Material enhancements pushing increased use