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New Packaging Line Allows Longer Shelf-Life For Baked Goods

May 28, 2012: 09:45 AM EST
Linpac Packaging (Birmingham, U.K.) announced a new line of containers designed to keep baked goods spongier and fresher longer. The packaging significantly reduces the amount of moisture lost, the company says, thereby increasing the shelf-life of sponge and pastry-based products without using additional preservatives. Current cake and bun containers allow a high level of moisture to escape from the pack, meaning that products turn stale within a couple of days. The company is also developing packaging that will extend product life with safe anti-fungal coatings, as well as PET (thermoformed) transport trays that prevent damage to bakery items.
"Linpac develops new packaging to help keep cakes fresh", Packaging News, May 28, 2012, © Packaging News
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