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What is vacuum packaging

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vacuum packaging refers to removing the air in the packaging bag and sealing to isolate the food in the packaging bag from the outside world. In the vacuum state, the growth of aerobic microorganisms slows down or is inhibited, which reduces the degradation of protein and the oxidative rancidity of fat. In addition, after vacuum packaging, lactic acid bacteria and anaerobic bacteria proliferate, and the pH is reduced to 5.6 ~ 5.8, which further inhibits the growth of other bacteria and prolongs the storage period of the product. Vacuum packaging generally needs to be combined with other commonly used anti-corrosion methods to achieve good preservation effect, such as dehydration, adding spices, sterilization, freezing and so on

vacuum packaging

vacuum packaging is like the milk you drink in a box, you see.. That’s vacuum packaging.

Vacuum Packaging: also known as decompression packaging, it is to extract and seal all the air in the packaging container to maintain the bag in a highly decompression state. The lack of air is equivalent to the effect of low oxygen, so that microorganisms have no living conditions, so as to achieve the purpose of fresh fruits and no disease and rot. At present, there are vacuum packaging in plastic bags, aluminum foil packaging, glassware, plastic and composite packaging, etc.

also known as decompression packaging, it is to extract and seal all the air in the packaging container to maintain the bag in a highly decompression state. The lack of air is equivalent to the effect of low oxygen, so that microorganisms have no living conditions, so as to achieve the purpose of fresh fruits and no disease and rot. At present, there are vacuum packaging in plastic bags, aluminum foil packaging, glassware, plastic and composite packaging, etc. Packaging materials can be selected according to the type of articles. As fruits are fresh food, they are still breathing, and high hypoxia will cause physiological diseases. Therefore, less fruits use vacuum packaging.

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