Contactless and non-invasive measurements of oxygen in food packaging

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 8 januari 2019 11:37:52 CET

Oxygen inside the packaging of food or beverages can lead to unwanted oxidative deterioration. The levels of tolerable oxygen inside the packaging can differ greatly according to the packed product. Using our Modified Atmosphere technique, we are able to control the contents of the atmosphere within the packaging, reducing oxygen levels and other gasses to create perfect circumstances for longer shelf life for any product. But it’s not just about getting it out - not letting it back in is just as important.

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Topics: Modified Atmosphere, Bulk Packaging

How to handle pest control through Modified Atmosphere in bulk packaging

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 2 januari 2019 11:36:00 CET

The bulk storage of many food products creates perfect breeding conditions for all kinds of insects. Pests often start small and can be hard to detect in the early stages - but the consequences are enormous. Just one single insect in every kilogram of the food product means that a lorry load can carry thousands of pests. Prevention and control are therefore key and can be done within the packaging. Modified Atmosphere offers a chemical-free way of pest control with a lot of positive effects. So, how do we do it?

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Topics: Modified Atmosphere, Pest Prevention, Bulk Packaging

There’s something in the air: Organic food and pest prevention

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 27 december 2018 13:33:00 CET

Healthier for consumers, and better for the environment - on does not need many reasons to be in favor of organic food. The demand for organically produced food is growing rapidly. Consumer buying habits are evolving due to their growing concerns regarding health and sustainability. This changed buying behavior, therefore, calls for changes higher up in the production chain.

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Topics: Modified Atmosphere, Bulk Packaging

Small insects, big damage: SPI’s in the food industry

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 18 december 2018 10:02:00 CET

Pests and contamination: the consequences can be enormous, even though the cause might be small - miniscule, in fact. Research has shown that stored product insects (SPIs) cause the greatest financial losses to food processing businesses of all pests, compared to pests from e.g. mice, rats, cockroaches and other threats.

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Topics: Bulk Packaging, Pest Prevention, Modified Atmosphere

3 Common Contamination Risks in Food Packaging

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 12 december 2018 14:32:00 CET

In the case of food packaging, it’s not just the inside that counts: food packaging plays a big role in the quality of the product. It can make or break your food safety measures. Protecting the product inside starts by determining and eliminating the threats on the outside. In this blog we shine a light on three common contamination risks in food packaging. These threats exist in each step of the food chain, from production to processing, packaging and transportation.

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Topics: Modified Atmosphere, Bulk Packaging, Pest Prevention

Pest prevention for food packaging without chemicals

Posted by Masterpack Group B.V. on 6 december 2018 12:15:56 CET

Prevention is preferred over controlling, especially when it comes to pests in food packaging. Food products can be affected by insect pests during the storage and shipment period, causing unwanted damages to the final products. Preventing and eliminating these pests is key, but there is an increasing demand for solutions that are free of chemicals. Modified Atmosphere Packaging is one of the possible solutions provided by Masterpack.

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Topics: Pest Prevention, Modified Atmosphere, Bulk Packaging

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