Modified Atmosphere Packaging(MAP) is a packaging method that can effectively extend the shelf life without affecting the appearance. Simply put, it is to fill the package with a specific gas to isolate the package from the air, so as to prevent food deterioration and metal oxidation.
With the rise of environmentalism, environmentalists who pursue green and sustainable development have begun to shift their vision to the packaging industry.
In 1972, ishida, a Japanese company, introduced what seemed an unusual weighing machine at the time, a cone machine composed of eight pressure scales. The main purpose of this machine was to automatically pack and weigh green peppers, with an accuracy range of 150± 2G and a speed of 50-60 bags/min.