BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

Extend the shelf life of your fresh produce in times of uncertain transits

Extend the shelf life of your fresh produce in times of uncertain transits

The combined use of sachets in boxes and filters with BION media in controlled atmosphere containers are the best ally for this type of situation

We are living unpredictable times with international conflicts that create great uncertainties in maritime logistics.
 
When it comes to perishable cargo such as fresh produce, these delays are fatal. It is well known that when fruit begins its ripening process, it releases ethylene and accelerates the ripening of surrounding fruit, making it to decompose much faster.
 
To avoid and minimize these losses, there are solutions that help mitigate the risks of decomposition, dehydration, decoloration and rotting generated by ethylene, volatile organic compounds and fungi present in the air of the sea container or refrigerated truck in land transport.
 
One of the least invasive, most efficient and eco-friendly technologies is ethylene adsorption. Also known as "smart packaging" (Smart Packaging).
 
At BION, we have a range of products designed specifically for this type of need. The combined use of sachets in boxes and filters with BION media in controlled atmosphere containers are the best ally for this type of situation.
 
Ethyl Stopper sachets control ethylene and volatile organic compounds in climacteric fruit. And Fungi Stop sachets are designed to keep non-climacteric fruit free of fungi and bacteria.
 
BION sachets are unique in the market because they are 100% recyclable once the media inside is exhausted and are made of food contact Tyvek material that breathes on both sides.
 
Filters made with the same principle are the perfect ally as they are located in the internal ventilation area and ensure that the air is free of impurities.
 
BION products are a small investment that bring great benefits.