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May 30th, 2005

Nanotech to increase shelf life of processed foods

Abstract:
According to Yashnanotech, a division of Yash Management and Satellite, the implementation of nano technology will increase the shelf life of processed foods drastically. The company has recently begun operations in tie-up with UK-based Cientifica and is in the process of setting up a project soon. Nano packaging will be able to maintain freshness while Nanoencapsulation technology will allow for controlled release of the core or inner material.

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financialexpress.com

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