How to choose safe products from vacuum packaged food?
New Angle pack gives the following methods.
1. Check mark
To get a food package, you must first check whether its production license, SC code, manufacturer, and ingredient list are complete. These certificates are like the "identity cards" of food. Behind the certificates are the "past and present" of food, where it came from and where it has been. The "Food Safety Law" clearly stipulates that the food production license number should be marked on the food packaging. The number is composed of the letters "SC" plus 14 Arabic numerals. The "SC" code represents the only license code of the enterprise, which can realize the traceability of the food.
2. Strictly pay attention to the shelf life of food
The food near the expiry date does not mean that it is harmful, but the color and nutrition of the food will decrease. After opening the vacuum packaged food, it should be eaten as soon as possible and should not be stored in the refrigerator. When purchasing "buy one get one free" food, pay attention to the production date and shelf life of the tie-in product. It is understood that vacuum packaging is also called decompression packaging, which is to extract all the air in the packaging container and seal it to maintain a high decompression state in the bag. The scarcity of air is equivalent to the effect of low oxygen, so that microorganisms have no living conditions to achieve freshness and freshness of the fruit. The purpose of no disease and rot occurs. In addition to the oxygen-removing and quality-preserving functions of vacuum packaging, the main functions of vacuum inflatable packaging include compression resistance, gas barrier, and freshness preservation, which can more effectively maintain the original color, aroma, taste, shape and shape of food for a long time. Nutritional value. It is worth noting that vacuum packaging itself does not have a sterilization effect. To truly utilize the advantages of vacuum packaging technology, it is necessary to carry out necessary sterilization after the completion of vacuum packaging, such as high temperature sterilization and irradiation sterilization. Any perishable food that needs to be refrigerated must be refrigerated or frozen after vacuum packaging. Vacuum packaging is not an alternative to refrigeration or freezing preservation. Moreover, the vacuum shelf life of ingredients stored at different temperatures is different.