New packaging claims to double shelf life carnations, roses

Johnson Matthey has developed a unique MA/MH film structure that is applicable for flow pack machines. “The implications of our new technology Xflow are significant”, says Dr. Gary Ward, Technical Development Manager at Johnson Matthey, ACT-Tefen, Israel, “improved throughput, reductions in material usage and waste as well as savings in labor.”

Also to be showcased at PMA is the company's new Xbloom line of packaging designed to up to double shelf life of a variety of carnations and roses, currently being marketed across South America and Europe.

“We look forward to discussing product portfolio for extending storability and shelf life of fresh produce and flowers at this year’s PMA. See you all in Orlando!” Rani Kadosh, Sales & Business Development Manager at Johnson Matthey, North America.

Johnson Matthey can be visited at PMA booth #1917. For more information, contact

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