Application of Poly(hydroxyalkanoate) In Food Packaging: Improvements by Nanotechnology

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Khosravi-Darani, K.; Bucci, D. Z.;
  • Publisher: Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers
  • Journal: Chemical and biochemical engineering quarterly,volume 29,issue 2 (issn: 0352-9568, eissn: 1846-5153)
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  • Subject: poly(hydroxybutyrate); poly(hydroxyalkanoate); food packaging; properties; modifications; nanoparticles

The environmental impact of plastic usage is of critical concern and too great to repair. A shift toward biodegradable food packaging is one option. The aim of this review paper is the study of the potential of biodegradable materials for food packaging. The main charac... View more
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