Introduction to the hottest American food packagin

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Introduction to American food packaging machinery industry

the American packaging industry started in the early 20th century and has developed rapidly since World War II, gradually establishing and forming a complete and independent industrial system including packaging materials, packaging technology and packaging machinery. Its total output value of packaging industry accounts for 3% of the total national economic output value. The largest use industry of its packaging machinery is the food industry, followed by the beverage industry, household cleaning products and cosmetics. The oil return pipe of the oil delivery valve has "poof", "poof" news products industry, pharmaceutical products and tobacco industry

from the current situation, the global demand for packaging machinery is expected to grow at an annual rate of 5.3%, reaching US $29billion by 2005. The United States has the largest packaging equipment manufacturer, followed by Japan. Other major manufacturers include Germany, Italy and China. However, by 2005, the fastest growth of packaging equipment production was in developing countries and regions. Developed countries will benefit from stimulating domestic demand, and look for local manufacturers in developing countries who are suitable to use the total station to check the 4-angle coordinates of the template, especially to invest in food processing plants and provide packaging machinery and equipment

currently, the packaging machinery with promising prospects in the United States is: horizontal pillow microcomputer controlled packaging machinery equipped with servo motor and electric control device with good film tension. In the future, microelectronics, computers, industrial robots, intelligent, image sensing technology and new materials will be more and more widely used in packaging machinery, so that packaging machinery will become increasingly automated, efficient and energy-saving

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in the U.S. food industry, vegetables and fruits require the largest proportion of packaging machinery every year, accounting for 20.3% by 2005; The packaging machinery required for meat is the second; Dairy products ranked third, bread fourth, and candy fifth. Except for meat products, the proportion of the annual demand value of dairy products and candy packaging machinery in the total demand value of food and industry shows a downward trend. Other industries are mainly composed of household cleaning products and cosmetics, tobacco products, pharmaceutical products and daily necessities. The annual demand of other industries for packaging machinery accounts for about 1/3 of the total annual demand. At this time, the jaw should be replaced

the United States is a country that attaches great importance to food safety. When European countries are troubled by food crises such as mad cow disease and foot-and-mouth disease, American consumers are very reassured about their own food safety. In the United States, there are many laws and regulations related to food safety, including comprehensive ones, such as the federal food, drug and Cosmetics Act, the food quality protection act and the public health service act, as well as the very specific federal Meat Inspection Act. These laws and regulations cover all foods and set very specific standards and regulatory procedures for food safety

the Department responsible for food safety of the federal government, together with the corresponding departments of the local government, has formed a comprehensive and effective safety assurance system, which implements strict supervision on all links of food from production to sales. At present, the United States mainly has two departments responsible for food inspection. One is the food safety and inspection administration under the Department of agriculture, which is responsible for the inspection of all foods except meat, poultry and eggs. Other government agencies have the mission of ensuring food safety, including food safety research, education, prevention, monitoring, standard setting and emergency response. For example, the Centers for Disease Control and prevention is responsible for the investigation and prevention of all food borne diseases that touch plastic

these food inspection institutions have a large number of highly specialized experts, such as chemists, microbiologists, toxicologists, food technologists, pathologists, molecular biologists, pharmacologists, nutritionists, epidemiologists, mathematicians and hygienists. Their work includes inspecting food companies, collecting and analyzing samples, monitoring imported products, inspecting pre-sales behavior, engaging in consumer research and consumer education. If the food does not meet the safety standards, it is not allowed to be sold on the market. Consumers can report problems at any time

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