Recent Application of Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) in Fresh and Fresh-Cut Foods
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Modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) has been applied in the food industry for about 90 years to extend shelf life and maintain quality of fresh and fresh-cut foods. Recently, MAP has experienced a rapid development in both scientific and industrial communities, which was one of the most appropriate and practical technologies for packaging fresh and fresh-cut produce. This paper reviews some recent developments of newly emerged MAP systems such as high-oxygen MAP, controlled MAP, and intelligent MAP and provides an overview of MAP applications for fresh and fresh-cut fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, meat, and aquatic products.
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