2012

Air and Moisture Removal Within Closed Containers

Many types of food spoilage are slowed when air and moisture are removed from around the food. Current removal solutions, however, are expensive, take up too much space, and require complicated processes. A new technology must remove air and moisture with the single push of a button. Any proposed device should be incorporated into the container. A previously attempted solution included a countertop appliance that, using a vacuum, sealed a bag with heat.

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