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IFT Member Brian Thane, Director of Aseptic Technology at Tetra Pak in Denton, Texas, talks about providing aseptic packaging to 170 countries, the interesting and rewarding aspects of his job, and how it contributes to the food science profession. Thanks to the support of IFT's Food Packaging Division for a look at the day of the life of a food packaging professional.

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