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Record number 422291
Title Nieuwe ontwikkelingsrichtingen voor verpakte groente- en fruitproducten : verpakte groente- en fruitproducten voor nieuwe eetmomenten
Author(s) Thoden van Velzen, E.U.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research nr. 1299) - ISBN 9789461732538 - 35
Department(s) FBR Fresh Supply Chains
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) groenten - fruit - verse producten - voedselverpakking - verpakkingsmaterialen - snacks - gemaksvoedsel - vegetables - fruit - fresh products - food packaging - packaging materials - snacks - convenience foods
Categories Food Packaging / Plant Products
Abstract The predominantly applied packages for freshly processed fruit- and vegetable products in the Netherlands are glass, metal and carton-laminate and folding cartons and bags for frozen products. These packages do facilitate the use when preparing evening dinners, but not other consumption moments like breakfast, lunch, snack and on-the-go. For these eating opportunities new fruit- and vegetable products have to be developed with new concomitant packages. Especially plastic packages offer opportunities for developing new fruit- and vegetable products that are well-suited for different eating moments. This reports shows a few different development opportunities for new packed fruit and vegetable products.
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