Desiccant for Food Storage Packets
Every day, we eat lots of foods, during its storage, if in the wet environmental or its package was broken, the out moisture invades the package, foods will be decomposed or dissolved, even distribute bad odors. The quality of foods was affected. So, we introduce food desiccant to protect your foods.
Food Grade Moisture Absorbing Packets Details:
Material: Top quality Silica Gel
Moisture capacity: 30%-40%
Granule size: 1-2mm,1-3mm
Available weight: 5gram
Packing Material: Aiwai paper, milk-white wax paper
Food mold changes because molds multiply rapidly in humid and aerobic environments because desiccants are needed to control mold growth.
Food safety, non-toxic, natural, environmentally friendly.
The main component is silica, which has spherical and irregular shapes. It is made by packing silica gel in a breathable pouch and weighs from 1g to 1000g/bag. Silica gel is insoluble in water and inorganic acid, soluble in hydrofluoric acid and concentrated caustic solution, with high mechanical strength and good wear resistance.
1. Moisture can contribute to the growth of mold and other organisms and cause damage to food. Desiccants can reduce the moisture content of food packaging and help preserve foods such as dry goods, nuts, biscuits and other foods that are sensitive to air humidity.
2. It adopts silica gel and active hygroscopic material, which is environmentally friendly, non-toxic and tasteless, and harmless to the human body.
3. Pure lead-free silica gel desiccant, does not contain cobalt chloride. Our packaging materials meet strict food regulatory requirements.
Example of efficacy:
The main cause of odor in some foods is that certain substances in the food are oxidized during their circulation. The use of desiccant in food packaging can effectively reduce the relative humidity; inhibit rancidity and maintain the original taste. When the ambient humidity reaches 60% or higher, the moisture content in the product is significantly affected. Take sunflower seeds as an example:
Water Content Comparison