Aaron L. Brody

Yes, Virginia, there really is a peer-reviewed packaging journal. In fact, perhaps even two. At least in the English language.

Studies that appear in Packaging Technology and Science report on shelf-life extension with the use of modified atmosphere packaging for fresh-cut tropical fruits.

Possibly it is heresy to discuss a publication that is “competitive” with IFT’s venerable Journal of Food Science, but more than a few of my faithful—and even casual—readers might wish to explore this rich source of information devoted to our favorite topic—food packaging.

Admittedly, I must be classified as biased since I am a member of the journal’s editorial board (alo…

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