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The high-temperature resistance of PP makes the shelf life of Flavoured Milk longer

 

 

PP (polypropylene) is a plastic material with high-temperature resistance. It has good heat and chemical resistance and is widely used in the food packaging industry. Using PP material in the packaging process of Flavoured Milk can extend the shelf life of milk and maintain its original flavor.

 

Flavoured Milk is a type of milk that has been flavored with different flavors, such as chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, etc. The method of making Flavoured Milk is to mix milk with the corresponding flavoring agent to give it a specific taste. This type of milk usually has a richer taste and a more abundant texture, making it suitable as a beverage or ingredient. Flavoured Milk can be a nutritious drink that provides protein, calcium, and other important nutrients. It can also be enjoyed as a dessert or snack. Whether it’s breakfast or afternoon tea, Flavoured Milk is a popular drink.

 

To extend the shelf life of Flavoured Milk while maintaining its original flavor, we need to focus on the packaging. PP film labeling is a very popular choice. Due to the high-temperature resistance of PP, Flavoured Milk is sterilized at 121 degrees Celsius after being filled at 70 degrees Celsius, ensuring that the flavored milk does not spoil at high temperatures.

 

PP material also has good gas and moisture barrier properties, which can effectively prevent the penetration of external oxygen and moisture, slowing down the oxidation and decay process of Flavoured Milk. The heat sealing or other sealing methods of PP material are firmly combined with the packaging material, effectively preventing Flavoured Milk from coming into contact with the external environment and reducing the invasion of bacteria and other pollutants.

 

IML PP cup has become an ideal choice for Flavoured Milk packaging, which can extend its shelf life and maintain the freshness and quality of the product.

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