Learn about map packaging

Learn about MAP packaging

Post Time: 16 May 2020

A MAP process involves exhaust air first and then flushes with different proportions of gas in the mixture.

A vacuum packaging relies on withdrawn air merely.

A MAP process involves exhaust air first and then flushes with different proportions of gas in the mixture. MAP is certainly a more versatile tailored process for particular foodstuff, like red meat, fish and fresh vegetables, not only to give the maximum shelf life but also to retain the quality and appearance of the product.

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