Modified Atmosphere Packaging Gas Analyzers Deliver Food Quality and Supply Chain Strength
Our Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) gas analyzers play a vital role in the food industry supply chain. From our MAP users who are producing and packaging a variety of foods to the retailers who sell their products, all the way down to the consumer who will enjoy them, we are an integral part in maintaining a strong food industry supply chain.
MAP gas analyzers are used by our food processing customers in their Quality Control testing processes to confirm that their finished, packaged product is fully sealed from air intrusion and incorporates the proper gas mixture to meet desired shelf life and product appearance standards.
Delivering Food Quality and Shelf-Life
Our MAP gas analyzers also ensure that the food our users are packaging has the longest shelf-life and best appearance possible.
To confidently ensure that your MAP packaging process is working as it should, it is crucial that you have a way of controlling the efficacy of the MAP process on a package by package level. Our MAP gas analyzers enable you to do this with confidence.
Providing Benefits Across the Supply Chain Continuum
The direct benefit to our customers is obvious, as they use our analyzer to measure gas levels in their packaged food before it goes to market, but what might not be so apparent is the benefit we bring down the supply chain, to the retailers who sell the product our customers package, and finally to the consumers who enjoy that product.
We provide our customers with a great Quality Control mechanism, ensuring that they are delivering safe, shelf-life optimized, and aesthetically appealing product to their wholesale and retail clients. In turn, these clients are enabled to confidently sell this product to their consumers, whether that be a shopper in a grocery store or someone dining at a restaurant.
At the end of the day, our MAP gas analyzers are built to ensure that the food industry supply chain remains strong and that food quality is as high as possible for the consumer.