Ti-News n. 23 // January 2019 - page 4

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French cheese producer Compagnie
des Fromages & RichesMonts
(CF&R) wanted to avoid aluminum
for packaging its flagship product,
Pointe De Brie Coeur de Lion, and
consider a bio-based solution
instead. The answer proposed
by the Richard-Laleu Group
was to use Taghleef’s
NATVIA® BoPLA film
laminated with paper.
This structure
presents
multiple
advantages,
not only in
protection and aesthetics but
also in the development and
preservation of their brie’s unique
flavor.
Benefits of NATIVIA film and paper
lamination include an extended
shelf life of two to three days and
a fold-over capability, which allows
the packaging to fit the triangular
shape of the cheese wedge and
creates the possibility of applying
a repositionable label.
Ripening, a key process in cheese
making, involves careful control of
humidity and oxygen levels. Unlike
aluminum, NATIVIA film allows
the brie to breathe by allowing
moisture to escape at ideal rates.
In this way, the packaging actually
simulates an environment close to
the ripening cellar.
NATIVIA
®
and Brie Coeur de Lion
Bio-based film improves brie packaging
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