Multisorb to highlight how FreshPax Oxygen Absorbers extend the shelf life of operational rations
Multisorb Technologies will attend the Research & Development Associates for Military Food & Packaging Systems' (R&DA) 70th Annual Spring Meeting & Exhibition, April 12-14, 2016, in Bedford Springs, PA. Technically trained Multisorb personnel will be available to discuss packaging solutions to extend shelf life and quality for operational rations, including meals ready-to-eat (MREs), other food, and beverage products.
"While operational rations require a long shelf life of up to three years, the extreme conditions they face in the field, including fluctuations in temperature and humidity, encourage the growth of spoilage organisms," said Jim Clark, Market Leader - Food and Beverage Packaging. "Multisorb Technologies offers a solution to help food processors overcome this challenge with its FreshPax oxygen absorbers manufactured in a U.S. facility certified to GFSI FSSC 22000."
Win the battle against spoilage with FreshPax oxygen absorbers
The FreshPax oxygen absorbing packets offer a value-added solution to extend the shelf life and quality of your operational rations by drastically reducing the oxygen levels within the packaging. This helps to prevent spoilage caused by the growth of aerobic micro-organisms and can also reduce the need for additives and preservatives.
Get armed with efficient dispensers and operations
For high production operations, FreshPax packet dispensers provide reliable insertion of oxygen absorbers into your product packaging. The dispensers are available with low-, mid-, and high-speed dispensing rates and are compatible with most production lines. Inert gas purged cabinets extend the exposure time of the packets during packaging operations.
Deliver the safest and highest quality food to the U.S. Armed Forces
The oxygen absorbers meet the highest standards in the industry for food safety and are manufactured in the U.S. in a cGMP compliant facility certified to GFSI FSSC 22000.
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