Aaron L. Brody

The term “smart” packaging was coined about fifteen years ago to describe package structures that allegedly sensed changes in the internal or surrounding environment and altered some of their relevant properties in response. Simultaneously, academics and true researchers, concerned that the term was too juvenile, invented the term “interactive” packaging to describe the same entities and later shortened it to “active” packaging, the nomenclature employed today.

The problem with too much active pa…

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