Types of products O2ZeroTM protect

All types of packaged food items., Meat & poultry products, Roasted nuts and powders., Tea leaves, Tea extracts and others., Medical devices, diagnostic kits, Dyes., Bread, biscuits, cakes and pasteries, Roasted Coffee beans., Flours, cereals and grains.

O2zerotmoxygen Scavenger System Provides Dynamic Benefits in Packaging

  • Increase in Shelf-life by Reducing Oxidative Damage

  • Safeguard food and pharmaceutical products without the use of preservative

  • Retains colors, fragrance and flavors inside packaging

  • Inhibits growth of aerobic microorganism, bacteria and moulds

  • Reduction in use of Antioxidant additives like benzoates, BHT, BHA and sulphates

  • Prevent rancidity in foods with high fatty acids and oil content

  • Protects oxidation of Polyunsaturated fats in milk & dairy products

  • Protects roasted coffee and nuts from rancidity

  • Helps spices and dried powders from oxidization

  • Protects vitamins and natural supplements from rancidity and odour

  • Maintains sterility in medical dyes and diagnostic kits

  • Increases stability of pharmaceutical drugs and drug products

  • Retains natural colours and flavours of meat & poultry products

  • Preserves dietary powder and herbal formulations

About O2ZeroTM

is an oxygen scavenger system designed as an active packaging component to resolve the problem of oxidative degradation during storage and shelf-life of packaged items like food, pharmaceutical and consumer goods. O2ZeroTM actively scavenges for oxygen gas molecules present inside the packaged environment to enhance the shelf-life of products.

oxygen scavenger system comes in a sachet or packets form that is compact with a small foot-print and easily inserted into flexible or rigid packaging system. Once introduced into packaging, sachet absorbs oxygen gas permanently from the void space of packaging. Within minutes oxygen level inside the packing starts to drop and in few hours it can drop to less than 0.01%. In the case where, packaging material is porous to transmission of continue reading...