Map packaging system, a new highlight of the hotte

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A new highlight of fresh meat packaging - map packaging system

with the improvement of living standards, consumers pay more and more attention to the quality of food. In particular, meat, which is in great demand and difficult to preserve, provides accurate fixture solutions to meet the needs of users. Its freshness and shelf life have become the preferred factors affecting consumers' purchase. Manufacturers and supermarkets have also taken great pains to keep the meat as delicious as possible and extend the shelf life. They have sought a kind of packaging that is convenient for storage, fresh-keeping, and easy to transport in the late stage, which has achieved initial results in the industrialization test over the past year. At present, the map packaging system developed and produced by Japan can effectively solve this problem

map is the abbreviation of "fresh meat inflatable packaging technology". It appeared in the United States in the mid-1990s and is currently popular in Europe. Japan's Central Chemical Co., Ltd. is the first enterprise to provide this packaging system in China. It locates the market in domestic large and medium-sized cities and faces large and medium-sized meat processing enterprises

according to Mr. Zhang of Beijing Yanqi Central Chemical Co., Ltd., map packaging system has the following advantages:

by packaging at the processing site of fresh meat, it can ensure the most important food hygiene for consumers

which can extend the shelf life by more than 3 times. Traditionally, this scheme is more energy-saving than using a large flow pump. The fresh meat package is filled with nitrogen, while map is filled with 80% oxygen and 20% carbon dioxide. Oxygen keeps the meat fresh, and carbon dioxide can well inhibit the survival of bacteria. This effectively extends the shelf life. Fresh meat in ordinary packaging began to deteriorate after twoorthree days, while meat in map packaging remained fresh after twoorthree days

can greatly reduce waste. The traditional packaging of meat has a shelf life of only about 2 days, and it can only be discarded if it is not sold at the expiration. However, using this packaging can ensure the freshness of the sold meat for a long time, thereby reducing waste

using map packaging can reduce the distribution frequency and save logistics costs

in order to better serve the vast number of customers in China, the three Japanese companies that launched this system worked closely together to provide packaging materials, containers and equipment respectively, forming a systematic packaging production line, breaking the relatively independent mode of materials and equipment in the packaging industry, and providing convenience for the packaging work of meat production enterprises

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