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European experts will show new packaging that lengthen the useful life of fresh produce in Valencia


September 23, 2011

On 6 October will take place at the headquarters of the technological Institute of transport packaging and logistics (Itene), the closing Conference of the European project Nafispack involving nearly a hundred experts. It is the largest European initiative aimed at the development of innovative and safe to prolong the life of fresh foods such as salmon, chicken and salad, through a combination of two innovative technologies of packaging systems of packaging: packaging antimicrobial active and intelligent packaging.

The Conference will analyse the results achieved by the incorporation of these systems and their impact on the agri-food industry, the chain of distribution and consumption, from the perspective of scientific, legislative, industrial, health and social impact, after a three year investigation.

Nafispack is supported by the 7th framework programme for r & d of the European Union and in the project involved 17 partners in Europe, coordinated by Itene: CSIC, the universities of Zaragoza and Milan and enterprises Innventia AB Nofima AS, SIK, VTT, ttz Bremerhaven, Danisco AS, Metalvuoto SPA, Artibal SA, Envaflex SA, Nordiches Lackskontor GMBH, Verdifresh SL, Tommen great Folier ACE and Nutreco Agriculture R & D.

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