Safe Packing Of Food And Drink In Glass Containers: Guidelines For Good Manufacturing Practice

Safe Packing Of Food And Drink In Glass Containers: Guidelines For Good Manufacturing Practice

The many advantages of glass has enabled it to continue to compete with both established and new forms of packaging. It is often the preferred choice of packaging for new companies entering the food industry. It was decided that a club funded project comprising members of CCFRA, with joint support of MAFF, should prepare suitable guidelines, which are now published in this document, available from Campden & Chorleywood Food Research Association, fax: 01386 842100, priced around £30.00.

Author: 
D Rose & R Gaze (Eds)
Origin: 
Unknown
Journal Title: 
Campden & Chorleywood Food Ra Guideline No 18, 1998
Sector: 
Container glass

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Journal Title: Campden & Chorleywood Food Ra Guideline No 18, 1998

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