Exam 3: Lesson 12
- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Food Science
- Food Science 120
- Exam 3: Lesson 12
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
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- paper & paperboard
- glass & glass bottles
- non-toxic and compatible with food
- protection from the environment
- provide resistance to physical environment
- be tamper resistant or tamper evident
- easy to open and reseal
- have appearance and print availability features
- plasticizers can leach into food and cause negative health effects
- PVC, PS are known carcinogens
- some monomers can disrupt hormones
- use of laminates (combination of paper, plastic, and aluminum)
- packages that can sense and react to environmental changes
- packages that can measure a component and signal result
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