Buffalo, New York – Multisorb Technologies has announced it will be participating in the Clean Label Conference from March 30, 2015 through April 1, 2015. The conference is focused on providing practical, how-to formulation advice to RD and applied product development specialists.
Multisorb offers clean label technology, using specifically optimized oxygen absorbers and desiccants to control the internal environment of food packaging. This reduces or eliminates the need for preservatives and other additives. Clean label technology helps streamline the ingredient list while maintaining shelf life, preserving quality, and preventing spoilage.
Multisorb's oxygen absorbers prevent the oxidation of fats, vitamins, natural antioxidants, flavor, and color; preserve the quality of the food; and extend shelf life.
With the use of a Multisorb solution, such as FreshPax®, FreshCard®, and FreshMax® oxygen absorbers, natural oils can be used in your foods without the fear of rancidity or the reliance on synthetic antioxidants such as BHA, BHT, and TBHQ. Vitamins that would otherwise be lost due to oxidation during storage and distribution can be preserved. And chelating agents used to bind trace minerals in the food, such as iron or tin, that act as a catalyst causing food to oxidize faster are no longer necessary. Food manufacturers can realize these benefits and many more with the use of a Multisorb oxygen absorber that has been specifically optimized for the food's particular characteristics.
To learn more about Multisorb's clean label technology visit one of their food and packaging scientists at the Clean Label Conference at the Westin Hotel in Itasca, Illinois.
About Multisorb Technologies
Multisorb Technologies has been an innovator in active packaging technology for more than 50 years. Founded in 1961 by John S. Cullen to protect products against the damaging effects of moisture, today Multisorb is the world leader in the development and production of active packaging components.
Multisorb's corporate offices are located at 325 Harlem Road, Buffalo, New York 14224 USA. For more information contact: Phone: +1 716-824-8900; Fax: +1 716-824-4128; E-mail: email@example.com; Website: www.multisorb.com.
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