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NanoPack Project completed

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The EU-funded NanoPack Project has officially come to an end and the organisers would like to thank all their supporters over the past three years. Read more

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NanoPack’s active food packaging results ‘impressive’

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The EU-funded NanoPack Project carried out a series of antimicrobial efficacy tests in different sites that proved NanoPack’s novel film’s ability to extend the shelf life of a series of perishable goods. Read more

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NanoPack: Life in a bowl of cherries

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Providing better fresh produce by manufacturing packaging for extended shelf-life and quality is the core objective of the EU-funded NanoPack Project. Read more

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Consumers are showing a growing readiness to use nanotechnology-based solutions in the food packaging industry, according to a study by the EU-funded NanoPack Project. Read more

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  • NanoPack Project completed

    NanoPack / AIPIA

    NanoPack Project completed

  • NanoPack’s active food packaging results ‘impressive’

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    NanoPack’s active food packaging results ‘impressive’

  • NanoPack invites visitors to inaugural workshop

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  • NanoPack: Life in a bowl of cherries

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    NanoPack: Life in a bowl of cherries

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    The findings revealed that consumers were not concerned with the nanotechnology aspect of packaging

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