AMAP (Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging)

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Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging (AMAP) is a technology where the packaging of fresh produce is altered with micro-perforations to match with the respiration rate of the produce. Applying AMAP extends the shelf life of fresh produce and reduces spoilage.
Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging (AMAP) is a technology where the packaging of fresh produce is altered with micro-perforations to match with the respiration rate of the produce. Applying AMAP extends the shelf life of fresh produce and reduces spoilage.
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==Hoe het werkt==  
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==How it works==  
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De ademhaling (respiratie) van verschillende producten kan worden gemeten met een respiratiemeter. Deze productspecifieke data wordt vervolgens gebruikt om met behulp van microperforatie systeem de transmissie van de verpakking aan te passen aan de respiratie van het product. De perforaties reguleren het zuurstof en CO2 niveau in de verpakking waardoor producten aanzienlijk langer vers blijven.
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The respiration of different produce can be analyzed with a respiration meter. This product specific data is then transferred to a micro-perforation system, which alters the transmission rate of the packaging. The perforated package regulates the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels, extending the shelf life of fresh produce.
==Respiratie==  
==Respiratie==  

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