Benign type Sterilization.
"All products put into plastic packaging does not require shelf life extensions. These include robust produce such as carrots, potatoes, turnips, parsnips and so on. These vegetables can and will last months and months if stored in ventilated packaging that has air holes for breathing. Sealing those bags can be detrimental and cause immediate mold to develop inside the bag by too much moisture. In addition there are clam shells enclosing cookies, cakes, salads and more that people pick up, look at the bottom to see the content and put it back down. The problem with this form of packaging is that others are handling your foods who could have disease and illnesses. So, HDM has developed 10.5 pH plastic packaging of all various types which has the HDM powder sealed inside and sure enough it kills all germs on contact and prohibits small insects eggs, worms and even such as ants from making their way into the packaging. It also blocks cock roaches and any other form of insect trying to get at the contents. Therefore the content is reactive to germs not pro active reaching out to eliminate - it does but only when landed on." - Donald Meade
Active Ingredients - HDM Inks (corporation name to be announced) under paid license and contract for FDA approved food grade ink is put on the inside of bags. This particular ink absorbs more then any products of any vegetation or fruit can possibly leak into the bags that let off moisture which is quickly absorbed by the inks. In the case of cakes and breads the moisture takes away any ability to allow mold to grow and any fruit or produce is kept in check as the moisture disappears at the rate that it becomes generated. By doing so the shelf life is extended up to 300% which the company HDM Global Corp has paid for independent study to prove. This is very important because the world is facing massive food wastage right now and the main section of the waste is attributed to passing shelf life dates for acceptable duration for last. We are out pushing the likes of Superstores and Costco’s selling volume at discounts yet it ends in waste when HDM can be used to help that situation flourish. The contribution of the company may very well change packaging for many around the globe for some time to come. The shelf life extension allows shipping by sea verses expensive aviation costs.
The products used in these applications are all FDA approved for use around food and made to meet very tight specifications which in affect do not harm plastic extrusion machines by using soft rock and ground to fines that do not affect the use of the plastics and the inks in these applications
Sterile plastics: The company offers two ranges of treatment to plastics to which their performance varies Immensely. Both are used for packaging but the first is applied with inks that allow the interior of sealed bags to sponge all the moisture in the bags for up to 90 days from initial use. The design of course is reliant on performance. The inks absorb the moistures sealed in packaging and extending shelf life up to 300% over existing shelf life. This initiative was started by one of Canada's major packaging firms and completed by HDM to far surpass those initiatives by resulting in 300% improvement in shelf life tested by independent doctors in this field.
The other form of packaging initiative was to create sterile plastics so picking up items could not leave behind traces of germs and sickness by handling the packaging instead leaving purity behind by momentary cleanse from the high pH held within the plastics ultimately protecting our foods. This type of benign protection doesn't reach out and kill germs or bacteria as does our ink protectant but does let you feel safe bringing home any products regardless of who may have handled them.