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Check out the April 2013 edition of Food and Beverage Packaging today!
Food and Beverage Packaging: Why is migration in packaging a concern that food and beverage processors should be aware of?
Jim Bishop: In packaging, migration is the movement of compounds from any of the materials in the packaging structure into the packaged product or the surrounding environment.
Buying beverage multipacks allow customers to buy more of with they love with a slight price break and the convenience of multiple servings.
According to the report Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not, published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, between 30% and 50% of the four billion metric tons of food produced around the world each year goes to waste.
Faster, better, smaller, stronger, more flexible and cleaner. Conveyor companies are tackling a challenging list of customer needs to create systems that allow for the most functional operations possible.
The term “dry wine” has a new meaning at Vincor International’s Quebec bottling operation since the conveyor line eliminated soap-and-water lubrication by installing System Plast™ NG™ conveyor chain and Nolu-S™ wear track from Power Transmission Solutions, a Business of Emerson Industrial Automation.