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Can you still eat pre-cut vegetables in a convex bag?

  1. Pre-cut vegetables in a plastic bag that is a bit convex, you can often still eat. That the bag is bulging does not mean that the vegetables are rotten. The packaging can bulge because there is one protective air mixture is placed in the bag. That's not dangerous either harmful, it keeps the vegetables fresh for longer.

Protective atmosphere

  1. In some bags of pre-cut vegetables, the replace air in the package with an appropriate air mixture, for example a mixture without oxygen. Packaging under this protective atmosphere are sometimes a little convex. This is okay and is because of it "Breathe" of the products.

Packaging gases

  1. Due to an adapted air mixture, the vegetables are longer shelf life. These packaging gases are safe and approved by the European Union. The label will then indicate "packed under protective atmosphere'. The E numbers for packaging gases are E938 to E949. She do not change the product and when you open the package, the gases evaporate.

Bulging with decay

  1. The bag looks exceptional bulb, then the product is often past its expiration date

Storing pre-cut vegetables

  1. Always keep pre-cut vegetables in the refrigerator at 4 ° C and eat before the Use By date. If this does not work, then you can keep it longer by freezing it immediately after purchase.

  2. Always keep pre-cut vegetables in the refrigerator at 4 ° C and eat it before the Use By date. If this doesn't work, then you can keep it longer by freezing it immediately after purchase.



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