Pre-Cooked Bacon Gains Map Shelf-Stability with Self-Adjusting, O2 CO2 N2 Online Gas Mixing and Monitoring

Glen Rock, NJ: Pre-cooked bacon, accounting for 2 billion pounds or over 70% of the U.S. bacon market, requires superior air-tight leak free barrier film packaging that can be monitored and adjusted online by PBI-Dansensor America's gas analyzers, gas mixers, flow controller and leak detection equipment.

"The ability to analyze the modified atmosphere gas, adjust the gas mix, control the gas flow and detect leaks in-line for shelf stable pre-cooked Modified Atmosphere Bacon packages gives processors a much needed assurance their product will achieve the desired shelf life date. Thus reducing the high cost of repackaging, products returns and negative impact on image quality," explains James Margiotta, President of PBI-Dansensor America Inc.

PBI-Dansensor's electronically integrated systems combine on-line gas analysis, automatic gas mixing, electronic flow and leak detection to maintain a Total Quality Process. The self-regulating, user-friendly systems provide automatic control and self-diagnostics to assure uniform MAP package quality, gas savings and higher reliability with fewer operator dependent faults.

Pre-cooked MAP packaged bacon can be heated and ready to eat by the consumer in a matter of seconds. There is no fuss, no mess, and it can be heated to desired crispness. It can be incorporated into hors d'oeuvres, snacks and center of plate recipes, crumbled for toppings on salads or vegetables, or eaten right from the package.

For more information, please contact Mr. James Margiotta, President; PBI-Dansensor America Inc.; 139 Harristown Road; Glen Rock, NJ 07452;
(201) 251-6490;;

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