Multisorb Technologies ( will participate in the Clean Label Conference, March 29-30, 2016, in Itasca, Illinois and highlight how its sorbent technology can help support cleaner labels.

"Food processors are under considerable pressure to reduce preservatives in their products. In doing so, they need to consider how packaging will affect their clean label initiatives," says Jim Clark, market leader - food and beverage packaging. "Using Multisorb's clean label sorbent technology in food packaging allows for the reduction of preservatives while also maintaining shelf life and preserving quality." 

Multisorb's clean label technology uses specifically optimized oxygen absorbers to control the internal environment of food packaging. Unlike artificial preservatives, Multisorb's oxygen absorbers are not food additives and can help to streamline the ingredient list while preserving quality. Multisorb's products are certified to GFSI FSSC 22000 to assure your food safety initiatives are supported by the highest level of certification in the industry.

By preventing oxidation, Multisorb's packaging solutions help to increase product shelf life and: 

• Preserve natural antioxidants and reduce the need for synthetic antioxidants such as BHA, BHT, and TBHQ
• Decrease the need for preservatives such as nitrites and nitrates
• Reduce fat (lipid) rancidity
• Inhibit the growth of aerobic spoilage organisms 

Multisorb's clean label technology can be used in a variety of food products including: baked goods; nuts and snacks; candies and confections; whole fat dry foods; processed, smoked and cured meats; coffee and tea; cheeses and dairy products; dried fruits and vegetables; spices and seasonings; flour and grain items; and fresh and pre-cooked pasta and noodles. 

To explore how we can help you leverage sorbent technology for a cleaner label and longer product shelf life, visit our booth at the Clean Label Conference.