Modified Atmosphere Packaging

Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) is used in food packaging to extend the shelf life of perishable products by altering the composition of gases within the packaging environment. MAP involves creating a controlled atmosphere inside a package to slow down the deterioration of the food and maintain its freshness.

Enhance Freshness by Retaining Quality

Our modified atmosphere packaging bag help regulate the exchange of gases, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen, between the packaged food and its surroundings. By controlling the gas composition inside the package, MAP films slow the growth of spoilage microorganisms, inhibit the enzymatic processes that cause deterioration, and maintain the sensory qualities of the food, such as colour, texture, and flavour.

MAP bags can be commonly used for a wide range of perishable products, such as fresh produce, meat, poultry, seafood, bakery items, and dairy products. By creating an environment that reduces oxygen levels and controls humidity, MAP helps to extend the shelf life of these products, maintain their colour and texture, and reduce the need for additives and preservatives.

  • Comprehensive food waste reduction
  • Packaging impact on produce quality
  • Controlled gas exchange for shelf life
  • Preserving freshness naturally
  • Customized atmospheric gases
  • Maintaining sensory attributes
  • Versatile material options
  • Sustainable storage solutions
  • Precise temperature control
  • Thickness (μm): 20-40
  • Humidity Absorption 30oC and RH 75% ( >15
  • Tensile Strength (MPa): >20
  • Breaking Strength (%): >200
  • Total Heavy Metal: Below permitted level