Category: Food Industries
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What Are The Food Industries?
|The food industries are establishments whose activity is production, processing, processing and/or packaging; the storage and / or distribution and / or transportation and / or the importation of food or food products destined for human consumption, of materials and objects intended to be in contact with food or technological adjuvants used for the preparation of food.
Its high production volume and geographical scope of free marketing; This is what differentiates them from retail and non-industrial establishments.
There are also labels of self-adhesive paper products that have a resistance of less than one year depending on the climatic conditions in which they are.
The primary objective of the labeling is that all the information on the products is accurate and reliable.
FOOD PRODUCT LABELS
|Nowadays it is necessary and obligatory to take into account all the essential measures to guarantee that the products that are consumable and that are commercialized in national territory contain the requirements in their labeling to ensure the most important aspects of commercial information and thus achieve active and healthy consumer protection.||There are many types of product labels, but the most suitable for these cases is polypropylene because it is a very resistant plastic material with excellent presentation, which can last several years without any problem since it resists temperatures from -28 ° C to 100 ° C. ° cPolypropylene is guaranteed to be used in frozen food or refrigerated goods since the ink used to print practically indelible, the label most used in the field is white with black ink.|
Tips to know how to interpret the labels of the foods that we consume
Luckily, consumers have valuable tool available, food labels, which let us know what each food contains to make better decisions when going to the supermarket to buy.
Knowing how to interpret the labeling of foods will allow us to: