Coming Clean with Packaging: Active Packaging Technologies Tackle the Clean Label Challenge

Consumers’ pressure for clean label food and beverage formulations is shifting the industry away from using chemical preservatives and artificial ingredients. Players in this space look to packaging technologies as one approach to addressing this challenge while maintaining the quality and safety of...

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