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UK-based KM Packaging Services has come up with a packaging film which claims to increase the shelf life of fresh produce and reduce the in-pack cooking time.

The newest addition to the K Steam range suits microwave steam cooking of fresh vegetables, fish and seafood.

It enables pressure to build within the tray during cooking, ensuring shorter cooking times combined with retention of flavour, moisture, texture and nutritional content.

K Steam allows fresh vegetables to ‘breathe’ for longer through the processes of packaging, distribution and retail.

It can be supplied as peel seal or weld seal, with or without KM’s anti-fog – a range of treatments headed by flagship product KM Klarity.

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