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Coronavirus is more persistent than other SARS viruses

  • 2 Oct 09:55

Coronavirus is more persistent than other SARS viruses The Food Technology Institute from Brazil looked into the survival rates of 3 types of coronavirus on surfaces like packages or food. Following the find of the newcoronavirus on frozen chicken meat imported from Brazil in Chinarecently, Brazilian researchers looked deeper into the survival potential of Covid-19. All existing coronaviruses cause great concerns to the global population: SARS-CoV-1victimised 8,000 people for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) around 2002, and MERS-CoV, from Respiratory Syndrome in the Middle East in 2012, with more than 800 deaths. SARS-CoV-2already left almost 1 million death around the planet, according to the. Read more...

People should not fear spread of COVID-19 in food, packaging: WHO

  • 21 Aug 10:47

People should not fear spread of COVID-19 in food, packaging: WHO The World Health Organization said on Thursday it saw no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging and urged people not to be afraid of the virus entering the food chain.Two cities in China said they had found traces of the coronavirus in imported frozen chicken wings from Brazil and on outer packaging of frozen Ecuadorian shrimp, raising fears that contaminated food shipments might cause a new outbreak. “People should not fear food, or food packaging or processing or delivery of food,” WHO head of emergencies programme Mike Ryan told a briefing in Geneva. “There is no evidence that food or the food chain is participating in transmission. Read more...

Ready-to-eat products is supporting the growth in fresh meat packaging market

  • 22 Mar 11:18

Ready-to-eat products is supporting the growth in fresh meat packaging market The global fresh meat packaging market is expected to reach $2.47billion by 2026, with vacuum skin packaging accounting for 32% market share. Research and advisory services Transparency Market Research predict a 2.30% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the fresh meat packaging sector thanks to the expansion of the ready-to-eat segment of food. In 2015, the global fresh meat packaging market was estimated at $1.92 billion and its value could increase to $2.47 billion by 2026. Vacuum skin packaging is expected to control this growth and lead the market with a 32% share of the overall revenues by the end of 2026. North America is the region that is to show. Read more...

SEALPAC is launching a MAP solution that reduces plastic by up to 40%

  • 6 Mar 10:35

SEALPAC is launching a MAP solution that reduces plastic by up to 40% During IFFA 2019, visitors of SEALPAC's 'Supermarket of Innovations' will see in premiere the new packaging concept. Following the successful launch of FlatSkin, SEALPAC has developed a completely new and sustainable packaging concept for classic MAP applications. At IFFA 2019, the packaging company will present a paper-based tray that runs on all of SEALPAC’s A-series traysealers. Equipped with servo drive, the traysealer combine the highest performance with optimal quality and economical use of materials. The SEALPAC A6, for example, is suitable for all types of materials and hermetically seals up to 90 trays per minute, depending on tray format. Read more...