SEDL / STP / STP1113-EB
Food Packaging Technology
The revolutions in food packaging and marketing are posing new challenges to food safety assurance. The food package itself can be a potential danger. What is the safety provided by the package and its interaction with the food it contains? These issues are addressed in 9 papers on emerging technologies in the food package industry.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Food Packaging
The Determination of Moisture Stability of a Dynamic System Under Different Environmental Conditions
Ambrosio T., Guazzo D., Marsh K.
Effect of Sorption of Organic Volatiles on the Mechanical Properties of Sealant Films
Giacin J., Harte B., Hoojjat H., Imai T., Konczal J.
High Barrier Plastics Packaging and Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Resins (a Marriage)
Current Practices in the Measurement of Oxygen Transmission Rates of Packaging Films Under Humid Conditions
Total System Approach to Predict Shelf Life of Packaged Food Products
Time-Temperature Indicators as Food Quality Monitors
Francis R., Labuza T., Taoukis P.
Flavor and Aroma Permeability in Plastics
DeLassus P., Strandburg G.
Packaging for the 90's: Convenience Versus Shelf Stability or Seal Peelability Versus Seal Durability
Matty J., Stanton S., Stevenson J.
Paper ID: STP1113-EB
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