Relevance of bioplastics in food preservation

Bioplastics are used as alternatives to standard fossil fuel based  plastics and are increasingly more being used in meals contact materials (FCMs).Biomass used for the production of bioplastics may  be extracted  from plant life (starch, cellulose) or produced by using microorganisms in fermentative processes. It is able to also be produced by further chemical changes and aren't always biodegradable.

  • Oxidation
  • Rancidity
  • Enzymatic browning
  • Carbon footprint
  • Carcinogenic

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