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Issue 2/ 2014, article 7

Authors: Renata Dobrucka

Title: THE USE OF OXYGEN INDICATORS - ELEMENTS OF INTELLIGENT PACKAGING FOR MONITORING OF FOOD QUALITY

Keywords: intelligent food packaging, oxygen indicators

Abstract:

Background: Producers and researchers are looking at not only the methods of protection against ingress of oxygen into the package, but also want to provide consumers with guarantees of quality food they buy. Therefore, large-scale studies are conducted and implementation of intelligent packaging. The operation of these packages is the use of interactive, the most colorful indicators to assess the quality of the packaged product.

Methods: This article describes intelligent packaging technologies and presents research for different types of oxygen indicators.

Results and conclusion: Indicators for the detection of oxygen allows the consumer to provide some information on the suitability of the product for consumption. Apart from that, they are a simple tool that allows you to reduce the costs associated with loss replacement, repair damaged products or their disposal. Construction of indicator contained in the package is related to the specific product and factor to be controlled.

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For citation:

MLA Dobrucka, Renata. "The use of oxygen indicators - elements of intelligent packaging for monitoring of food quality." Logforum 10.2 (2014): 7.
APA Renata Dobrucka (2014). The use of oxygen indicators - elements of intelligent packaging for monitoring of food quality. Logforum 10 (2), 7.
ISO 690 DOBRUCKA, Renata. The use of oxygen indicators - elements of intelligent packaging for monitoring of food quality. Logforum, 2014, 10.2: 7.
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