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The difference between vacuum bag packaging rice and non-vacuum bag packaging

by:XCBIO     2021-08-20
Vacuum bag packaging rice can extend the shelf life of rice. Using vacuum packaging bag packaging can reduce the O2 concentration in the storage package, inhibit the respiration strength of the rice and the reproduction of mold, prevent the aging, mold, and insects of the rice, and better maintain it The quality of rice. At present, the vacuum degree selected for rice vacuum packaging is generally between -0.07 and -0.09 kPa. Non-vacuum plastic bags cannot achieve this effect, so the shelf life of rice will be greatly shortened when rice is packaged in non-vacuum bags. 1. Reduce the O2 concentration in the storage package. 2. Inhibit the respiration intensity of rice and the reproduction of mold. 3. Prevent rice from aging, mildew and insects. Non-vacuum (rice woven bag) packaging features 1. The effect of insect-proof, mildew-proof and fresh-keeping of rice is relatively worse than that of vacuum packaging bags. 2. Generally, it can only hold food. 3. The plastic woven bag has strong tensile strength, and this type of packaging is often used for heavy rice.
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