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Posted 15 March 2024 - 07:45 PM

Modified Atmospheric Packaging and Testing for Gaseous Contaminants
 
Took Place:
Friday, March 22, 2024
 
Presenter:
Maria Sandoval, Lab Director, Trace Analytics LLC
 
Webinar Overview:
Maria Sandoval, the Laboratory Director at Trace Analytics, will lead a discussion on MAP (modified atmospheric packaging) and the gaseous contaminants that can have a detrimental effect on the end-product. Learn more about what to test for, how to test your gases, and what matters most in choosing a laboratory to do the testing.
 
 

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Posted 22 March 2024 - 05:04 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Felix Ayiera : Hello
Sydonnie Gyles : Good morning from Jamaica
Nathan Rousseau : Good Morning From Nebraska
Marliyn Muthee : Greetings to all from Kenya
Eirini Deligeorgi : Good afternoon from Greece
Djamal Mahdaoui : Hi from Algeria
Johnny Strickland : Hello from North Carolina
Anand Varghese Thanikkal Thanikkal : Hi
John Markan : Hello from Toledo, OH in U.S.A.
Maritza Perry : Greetings from atlanta
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Mulenga Malata : Hi everyone, greetings from Zambia
Marcela Palickova : Good afternoon from London UK 🇬🇧
Anees Kutbuddin : Good morning from USA
Sydonnie Gyles : Hrllo
Rana Safi Ullah Safi Ullah : hello from Pakistan
Manoj Singh : Good Evening All
Patricia Maldonado : Greetings to all from New Jersey, USA
James DeLaMare : Good morning from Utah
CELESTIN MUNYENSANGA : hello
Manoj Singh : Manoj Singh Dhindsa from Bharat
Marcela Palickova : Hi
Fitrizal Muttaqin : hello
Grace Membrebe : Hello everyone from SA
Sushma Gandharva : Hello From Germany
N Mishra : Hello from Chicago
Sushma Gandharva : Hello
Jaanika Torp : Hello from  Estonia
Selamawit Eshete Eshete : good afternoon from  Ethiopian
Angela   Suarez Fajardo Suarez Fajardo : Hello, Angla from Ecuador
Stanley Martin : Stanley Martin South Africa
Hakim TURKI TURKI : Hello from Algeria
Sunil Joseph : Hello from Kerala, India
Christina Gioiosa : north of you, 10AM Chicago...snowfall, haha
Amanda Wagner : Minneapolis MN
Hadijah Meeme : Meeme from Uganda
Marco Identici : Hello
James Humphrey : Chicago Illinois, snowing!
Amanda Wagner : snow!
Felix Ayiera : Hello everyone, joining from Budapest, Hungary 🇭🇺
Sharon Ford : Arizona
Jonathan Starks : Anaheim, California
John Opoku Asamoah : John from GHANA
CELESTIN MUNYENSANGA : celestin from Rwanda
Luzviminda Saylon : good morning from BC, Canada
Heather Hoshaw : Good morning from Minnesota ... where we had 3" of snow overnight
Pete Mitchell : Chef Pete from New Mexico State University!.
Tina Engelhard : Israel perfect weather
Steve Brown : greeting from Sandwich, UK
YOHANNES WONDIMU TEDLA TEDLA : Yohannes from Ethiopia
Isabel Ratao : Hi from Faro
Dorcas Adu-Asamoah : Greetings from Ghana
Gabriela Iordache : Hello
Mohinder Salooja : Greetings from New Delhi. M.K. Salooja mksalooja@gmail.com
Heather Snow : hi From Boston
Anna Slabon : is there any specific methood to assess quantity of N2/CO2 gases in the packaging? how nitrogen or CO2 atmo change in high altitude and airfreight?
Kenza AMEZIANE HASSANI : Hello everyone
Kenza AMEZIANE HASSANI : Kenza Ameziane Hassani from Morocco
Josel Romay : Howdy, from Fort Worth, Texas
Muhammad Usman : Please share recommended limit of Dew point in compressed air and in case if it increases what should be the corrective actions to follow
Pradeep Weerathunga : Why need to add 5% O2&CO2 rather than add 100% N2?
Nandish Shivaram Shivaram : Do we have any specification regarding the composition of MAP/ compressed gas for particular food products?
Manoj Singh : Is this composition of gases product  specific?
Rex Nyahoda : Rex Nyahoda, Greetings from Malawi, Africa
Heather Snow : what should we be testing for? if your using compressed air for  processing product?
Hayat JAADAN : Good morning , hayat jaadan from argentina
YOHANNES WONDIMU TEDLA TEDLA : How prevent MAP after packing? And what affect during storage, transporting of packed product
Nathan Rousseau : Would you recommend pseudomonas/Listeria testing?
Nathan Rousseau : Additionally, aqeuous mold with utilization of Rose bengal chloramphenicol via filter testing?
SEADA TOFIK MOHAMMED Ali : hi am seada from Ethiopia
Shahida Noor : Hi Shahida from Bahrain
Shahida Noor : What are the permissible limit for Yeast and mould?
Roxanne Bautista : Roxanne Bautista from the Philippines
Anza Rasheed : I'm Anza, from India
Nathan Rousseau : Additionally, do you recommend measuring head space when preforming shelf life studies?
CELESTIN MUNYENSANGA : why in Malawai needs to test 4 times/ year?
Anand Varghese Thanikkal Thanikkal : Whether checking of gas purity will be considered as a CCP or OPRP in a food industry? or it depends on the HACCP determination depends on the type of food product being packed??
Nathan Rousseau : Sorry the previous Psuedo/Listeria is meant in the present of Biofilms that have developed with in the lines and likelyhood of this cause adverse affects.
Stanley Martin : Thank you Maria.
Dorcas Adu-Asamoah : Can a food facility test their own compressed air or it always has to be done by the accredited lab
Brajkumar Bhadauria : Would you be able to do a webinar on CO2 fumigation?
Manoj Singh : Thankyou
PREM SAGAR : Thank you ma`am for information regarding modified atmospheric packahging
YOHANNES WONDIMU TEDLA TEDLA : Thank you
Muhammad Usman : After installation of a new compresser unit, what should be the testing frequency to validate it, specifically for microbial contaminant?
Vishal Mhatre : can u give information about chlorination treatment to flour And can we use MAP for bakery premixes??
Manoj Singh : As a Layman how can we ensure the compressed air is free of water and mineral oil?
Pradeep Weerathunga : For oil and vapor contamination of compressed air, what kind of filtrations system you can recommend, like fitters size , type , etc
Nathan Rousseau : Thank you! I appecriate all this presenation and taking the time for my Questions!
Vishal Mhatre : can u give information about chlorination treatment to flour And can we use MAP for bakery premixes and if effective to do that ?? as mostly we face issue of weevils in pack dur improper storage conditions in market or bakeries?
Manoj Singh : Thank You Very Much for the such an informative webinar
James Humphrey : Thank you.
John Markan : Thank you!
Andrew Keller Keller : Thank you!!
Risper Kiaye : Thank you
Josel Romay : Thank you Maria!

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