In the Middle Ages the development of long-distance made packaging a vital component for subsistence and the economy. The techniques used to package and store the food reflected a balance between the accessibility of materials, practicality of use, and the ability to keep food edible for as long as possible.
This product is a key part of Magic's ongoing innovation process, transforming recycling into a more natural, efficient, and sustainable practice.
These three major ancient civilizations left a significant legacy in the history of food packaging. Their techniques and materials influenced the centuries to come, showing how the art of packaging was crucial not only to food preservation but also to the trade and culture of past ages.
Non-woven fabric is widely used in the medical and surgical fields in disposable format. In addition to ensuring maximum absorbency, it helps prevent the spread of infections and diseases caused by multi-resistant bacteria and viruses, contributing to the fight against cross-contamination.
The food packaging market is undergoing a significant transformation, with emerging trends shaping the future of a rapidly evolving industry. Among the most relevant innovations, absorbent pads for food packaging, used for meat, poultry, fish and small fruits, are emerging as a solution that meets the needs of producers and consumers.
In this article we answer frequently asked questions, offering a clear view of the value and application potential of this revolutionary airlaid.
Super-absorbent powders transformed the way we experience comfort and safety in many fields. In this article, we will explore the extraordinary characteristics of these substances and the environmental aspects to consider in understanding their impact on our lives and the planet.
In addition to guaranteeing the quality and safety of fresh produce in the producer-consumer chain and extending product life without the use of preservation agents or chemical additives, absorbent fruit pads show several additional benefits.
The application of a compostable absorbent pad in the packaging of fresh packaged food simplifies consumers’ experience and helps in making waste recycling easier, fairer and more responsible.