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Report Of The Scientific Committee Of The Spanish Agency For Food Safety And Nutrition On Active & Intelligent Packaging
Active packaging, unlike traditional packaging which is required to be totally inert, is designed to interact actively and continuously with its content, with the purpose of extending the shelf-life or maintaining or improving the status of packaged foods. Active packaging includes systems that absorb/eliminate or regulate compounds unfavourably affecting the commercial life of a foodstuff, such as oxygen, ethylene and humidity or those that might cause unpleasant odours or flavours in food.doi:10.5281/zenodo.808145 fatcat:vfwetyjcjnar3py3nzymfyuyhi