INVESTIGATION OF SANITARY-HYGIENIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTILAYER POLYMER FILMS USED FOR VACUUM PACKAGING MODIFIED BY NATIVE ANTIMICROBIAL COMPONENTS


https://doi.org/10.21323/2414-438X-2016-1-2-51-55

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Abstract

The results of the research works related to investigation of sanitary-hygienic characteristics of multilayer polymer film materials where the inner layer contacting directly with food product is modified by native antimicrobial components.


About the Authors

O. B. Fedotova
All-Russian Dairy Research Institute, Moscow
Russian Federation

doctor of technical Sciences, deputy director for scientific work

115093 Moscow, Lyusinovskaya Str. of 35 buildings 7.

Ph.: 8(499)2360309



D. M. Myalenko
All-Russian Dairy Research Institute, Moscow
Russian Federation

PhD in technical sciences, the manager sector of packaging

115093, Moscow, Lyusinovskaya Str. of 35 buildings 7.

Ph.: 8(499)2360309



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For citation: Fedotova O.B., Myalenko D.M. INVESTIGATION OF SANITARY-HYGIENIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTILAYER POLYMER FILMS USED FOR VACUUM PACKAGING MODIFIED BY NATIVE ANTIMICROBIAL COMPONENTS. Theory and practice of meat processing. 2016;1(2):51-55. https://doi.org/10.21323/2414-438X-2016-1-2-51-55

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