Active and intelligent packaging for the food industry: Campden BRI seminar
The food industry is constantly developing and refining new packaging techniques that actively control,
monitor and respond to packaged products. Active and intelligent packaging has been gaining in
popularity over the last few years. This Campden BRI seminar on 21 October is being organized in
collaboration with the Active and Intelligent Packaging Industry Association (AIPIA). It will focus on
aspects of these important developments and how they are applied to food packaging. Event Director
Mike Bonin comments:
"It will help delegates understand the rationale underpinning the use of active and intelligent packaging, and the significance of future developments in nanotechnologies and materials. It will also help them keep abreast of the latest developments and be aware of the barriers and challenges involved in greater commercial uptake.
Key areas to be covered include:
- Developments in modified atmosphere and vacuum packaging
- Condition monitoring and the trade-off between functionality, cost and security for temperature monitoring solutions
- Printed electronics
- Microencapsulation technology and food packaging applications
- Developments in materials: Graphene
- Overcoming barriers to commercial uptake of active and intelligent packaging"