Advances of Nanotechnology in F&B Packaging

  • ID: 4413127
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 15 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This issue of Nanotech TOE covers innovations related to applications of nanotechnology in F&B packaging. With the progress in the research and development of nanocomposites, they have been found to be very promising in the food packaging industry. Nanocomposites add value to products in the packaging sector as they provide improved barriers; mechanical, thermal, and biodegradable properties; and applications in active and intelligent food packaging. Polymer nanocomposites along with other forms such as silicate nanocomposites and zinc oxide nanocomposites can minimize food losses and provide safe and sound food products. Some common nanoparticles based on zinc oxide, titanium oxide, and nanosilver are applied directly to plastic films to develop nanocomposites for intelligent food packaging. North America dominates in this initiative followed by Asia Pacific wherein R&D is still niche but growing at an attractive pace.

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1. Nanocomposites in the Food Packaging Industry

  • Cellulose Nanocrystal-based Nanocomposites for the Food Packaging Industry
  • Zinc Oxide-based Nanocomposites With Antimicrobial Properties for Food Packaging
  • Nanosilicate-based Nanocomposites With Gas Barrier Properties for Food Packaging
  • Nanoclay-based Nanocomposite for Extending Shelf Life of Packaged Beverages

2. Strategic Insights

  • Analyst’s Perspectives

3. Industry Contacts

  • Key Contacts
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