Aaron L. Brody

The year 2003 has not been the time for revolution in plastic or its rapidly growing sector of bottles and, not incidentally, their wide-mouth version, jars.

Much has been researched, written (including in this column), and spoken on the crucial topic of barrier properties of plastics and technologies to enhance them. And much has been discussed on interaction of plastic with beverage and food contents, and on the differences between cold, hot, sterile, aseptic, and extended-shelf-life (ESL) fil…

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