4 CHEMICAL FREE WAYS TO PACKAGE AND PRESERVE FOOD

March 26, 2019

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In order to meet supply chain demands, businesses need to find ways to preserve perishable items. American companies have been using chemical preservatives for years. Some chemical preservatives have been linked to causing various health effects in young and old. Over time, consumers have become more health conscience and desire chemical free forms of food preservation. Below are four methods of food preservation that do not require chemicals.

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