Dr. Pinaki Ranjan Samanta, Dr Ruchi Gupta, Ms. Ritu Gupta, Ms. Shweta Chauhan and Mr. Anuj Johri, Regulatory Affairs and Instrumentation Department Uflex Ltd** (Chemical Division)05.18.20
Plastic packaging protects food during storage, transportation and withstands light, mechanical and also thermal stresses. The circular economy promotes closing loops in industrial systems, minimizing waste and reducing raw material and energy inputs.
During the SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic, the food packaging manufacturer helps to gather, summarize and communicate the relevant information related to food packaging, circular economy, and human health. The virus plays right into the industries strong suit: Disposability and hygiene that could increase plastic packaging intensity.
The rising death toll and related social lockdown due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a significant impact on our society that was unanticipated. It provoked the food packaging debate with some, using the crisis to hammer the message that plastic is vital for protecting food from germs and extending its shelf life, while others stressed that the pandemic highlights the facts that disposable plast
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