Now in a fully revised and updated second edition, this volume provides a contemporary overview of food processing/packaging technologies. Food and Beverage Packaging Technology Second Edition Edited by. Richard Coles Food Packaging Specialist, London Mark Kirwan Consultant in Food. Food and Beverage Service 9th Edition is also available as a Whiteboard eTextbook which is ideal Food Food and Beverage Management, Fourth Edition.
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It acquaints the reader with food preservation processes, shelf life and logistical considerations, as well as packaging materials, machines and processes necessary for a wide range of packaging presentations.
The new edition addresses environmental and sustainability concerns, and also examines applications of emerging technologies such as RFID and nanotechnology. It is directed at packaging technologists, those involved in the design and development of packaging, users of packaging in food companies and those who specify or download packaging.
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Crop and Bioenergy. Crop Bioenergy.
Dairy and Meat. Dairy Meat. With high distribution costs, increased profitability from product and pack innovation can be wiped out if new packaging units do not fit in easily with existing distribution systems. It is necessary to consider whether packs are designed more for their marketability or for their physical distribution practicability.
This would not necessarily be so important if it were not for the growing significance of distribution costs and environmental performance, in particular those for refrigerated products that require high energy input throughout the cold chain. The development of packs is frequently a time-consuming and creative endeavour.
There may be communication difficulties between business functions and resource issues that impede pack development. The use of multidisciplinary teams may expedite the packaging development process.
This has the effect of improving the quality of the final product by minimising problems caused by design consequences that can result from sequential development.
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Day and L. Section A: Map gases packaging materials and equipment. A1 Introduction.
A2 Gaseous environment. A3 Packaging materials.
A4 Modified packaging atmosphere machines. A5 Quality assurance of map.
Section B: Main food types.