Today's produce packaging has to have it all: brains, brawn and beauty. The ideal container accomplishes this trifecta by showing off and protecting its contents, and maintaining produce quality. And packaging manufacturers are always looking to improve. Take, for example, the recent developments with modified atmosphere packaging (MAP). Packaging consultant Jeffrey Brandenburg told SN that in addition to the traditional MAP for produce — which allows gases to move in and out of the package ...
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