Nanotechnologie in foodverpakkingen: Een overzicht

24 mei 2017

In a review, researchers at Monash University Malaysia discuss the most promising applications of nanotechnology in the food industry. This includes food packaging materials with high gas barriers and antimicrobial properties, and nanosensors which can detect the microorganisms or chemical contaminants at surprisingly low levels. Nanotechnology may be used to produce packages with improved mechanical and thermal properties, while nanosensors may be incorporated in the packaging systems to alert consumers. However, public perception could be crucial to the realization of nanotechnology in food packaging. The review article is published in the Journal of Advanced Materials.
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