We all know that cans feature a tight seal that protects packaged contents more effectively than alternative formats, from exposure to light, air and humidity. These attributes contribute to the can’s ability to lock in nutrition and offer a strong product shelf life.
But how does the food canning process, as well as the can itself, lock in fruit and vegetable nutrients at their peak ripeness and keep all foods fresh for a prolonged period until consumption? Check out this new infographic from the Can Manufacturers Institute – it provides a basic overview of the canning process, using the popular pea as an example.
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