Aaron L. Brody

Aseptic and extended-shelf-life technologies are altering the very foundations of our fluid-food delivery systems.

Campbell Soup Co.’s Select particulate-containing soups are aseptically packaged on SIG Combibloc equipment.

Not too long ago, after an extensive research program by an industry–government–university consortium, the Food and Drug Administration accepted a method for aseptically processing foods containing finite-size particulates. In 2005, Campbell Soup Co. began processing and packaging its Select particulate-laden soups in aseptic packaging equipment from SIG Combibloc (www.sig.biz).


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