Results for: "Food Canners & Packers" in "Johannesburg-North, South Africa"

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Unit 10 Fern Towers

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.088682

27.991786

Pressburg Rd

Pressburg Rd

Kempton Park

1610

Gauteng

South Africa

132 7th St

7th St

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.03514

28.0316

Food Canners and Packers

With preservation methods being more improved, the increase in canned goods has grown exponentially over the years. Canned food is now a huge part of the food and beverage industry which is critical to the fast moving consumer goods industry. The method of canning allows food to be processed and sealed in airtight containers so that it lasts longer. The typical shelf life for most canned goods is about one to five years. However, under special conditions, this period can last much longer. For example, a can of freeze-dried lentils could last up to 30 years. Canning of food to preserve it was first tested in 1806 by the French navy. The idea of canning the food was meant to prevent microorganisms from entering the packaging.

As a measure of public safety, food that contains low acidity, (with a pH of more than 4.6), needs to be sterilised under high temperature. The temperature could vary between 116 and 130 °C. To achieve these temperatures one needs to use a pressure canner. Foods that are required to be pressure canned are, meat, vegetables, seafood, poultry, and dairy products. Other items were also invented as canning became popular, like the can opener. With our fast paced consumer lifestyle and price variations in the food market, canned good are an ideal way to ensure fresh and easily available food at a moment’s notice.

You can visit the Yellowpages website for more information about food canners and packers. 

 

Food Canners and Packers

With preservation methods being more improved, the increase in canned goods has grown exponentially over the years. Canned food is now a huge part of the food and beverage industry which is critical to the fast moving consumer goods industry. The method of canning allows food to be processed and sealed in airtight containers so that it lasts longer. The typical shelf life for most canned goods is about one to five years. However, under special conditions, this period can last much longer. For example, a can of freeze-dried lentils could last up to 30 years. Canning of food to preserve it was first tested in 1806 by the French navy. The idea of canning the food was meant to prevent microorganisms from entering the packaging.

As a measure of public safety, food that contains low acidity, (with a pH of more than 4.6), needs to be sterilised under high temperature. The temperature could vary between 116 and 130 °C. To achieve these temperatures one needs to use a pressure canner. Foods that are required to be pressure canned are, meat, vegetables, seafood, poultry, and dairy products. Other items were also invented as canning became popular, like the can opener. With our fast paced consumer lifestyle and price variations in the food market, canned good are an ideal way to ensure fresh and easily available food at a moment’s notice.

You can visit the Yellowpages website for more information about food canners and packers. 

 
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