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EU consortium to develop packaging

May 15/2012

(polyestertime) -- A group of European companies and researchers from five different countries have joined together to develop a new material to tackle food waste. 

Called ISA-Pack, the EUR 3.9 million (USD 5 million) project is funded by the European Commission (EC) Seventh Framework Program (FP7). European companies and research organizations will collaborate during a three-year period to develop fully sustainable packaging for fresh foods to extend shelf life, improve quality, and reduce

UK-based Biopac, a sustainable packaging design and development company, is participating in ISA-Pack. John Bright, managing director at Biopac through extension of shelf life, the ISA-Pack project seeks to reduce retailer supply chain wastage of fresh food produce, which includes meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, by about 75%.
Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:PET, packaging.
Category:General News
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