Are You Protecting Your Food from Coronavirus... or bacteria exposure???
Health and wellness aside, we’ve seen the coronavirus have a huge impact on numerous aspects of the global economy, and the food industry is no exception, and this is just the industry – not to mention the products themselves. Natural Storage Systems, has a direct answer regarding the products and its safety.
While M.A.P. and nitrogen does not destroy any virus, including the coronavirus, it does create an environment to keep the product its safest and as free as possible from exposure to possible contamination. It does control moisture, mold and oxidation while preventing bacteria from forming and any pest or mite infestation.
First, what about your products.
Many products supply and supply chains could come to an abrupt halt if steps are not taken to protect the product and process itself.
The question quickly becomes – where did you get yours?
How the product is handled, processed and packaged can make a big difference. This is not to say producers and packagers are inferior or mishandling products by any means. The consumer just needs to be aware of the possibility of exposure.
But what happens after you get products home safely from a good producer, packager, or a reputable grocer? Who knows if they or a friend may have been exposed or in contact with someone who has? Or, what about after the package has been opened - do you run the risk of possibly contaminating your own products?
What do you do?
First, you should know who, what and where your product was grown, processed/manufactured and packaged. What type of packaging was the product placed in? Or, if you grow or process your own – how do you keep it safe and protected?
Food processors and packagers have used a nitrogen packaging technique called M.A.P. (modified atmosphere packaging) since the 1930’s for extending the shelf life of almost all food products. Nitrogen eliminates oxidation, mold and bacteria while keeping micro-organisms from forming. You may remember the recall of lettuce and twice recalled Romaine for e-coli.
The USDA has stated:
M.A.P. is best defence against E. coli in shredded lettuce, says USDA Scientists at the USDA have found that modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) provides consumers with the best protection against the food safety threat of E. coli in shredded lettuce.
Is There A Solution??? Yes, there is! You are currently on the website where it starts. ORDER NOW!
Most food producers and packagers utilize M.A.P. technology for packaging products at the production facility. However, there is only one manufacturer in the world with a storage system that allows the consumer to utilize the benefits of M.A.P. technology safely and effectively right at home or anywhere else. Natural Storage Systems (www.NaturalPreserve.com) has developed a patent pending storage system to replace M.A.P. inside your storage container - use after use, opening after opening.
Call or email today: Info@NaturalPreserve.com, 952-913-4716