Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
Legacy Premium is excited to announce a change that will enhance its entire product line by utilizing proven technology in an original, innovative way to maximize the shelf life of pre-made freeze-dried emergency meals. New packaging will dramatically reduce long-term residual oxygen levels to a degree lower than any other competitor.
To avoid food spoilage and protect the nutritional potency of foods promising an extended shelf life of up to 25 years, it is important to reduce oxygen levels to an absolute minimum. Through ongoing research Legacy Premium has found that adding oxygen absorbers to their already high-tech nitrogen flushed mylar pouches further reduces residual oxygen levels, providing an added layer of security to consumers.
As of today, every pouch of Legacy Premium sold has an oxygen absorber sealed inside. With this new development, Legacy Premium has raised the bar; setting a new standard the rest of the industry would be wise to follow.
A study conducted by the University of Minnesota confirms the effectiveness of this improved packaging method, reporting average oxygen content at a mere .47% for Legacy Premium meal pouches.
Legacy Premium founder Phillip Cox states, “We want to give our customers the best value and nutrition possible, and for this reason, we have invested our efforts into creating this new packaging method for every single pouch of food. We are proud to be at the forefront of this new processing standard.”
Legacy Premium is the fastest growing emergency food storage company in the marketplace today. The company’s success is founded upon superior taste, outstanding value, and the highest quality nutrition in the freeze-dried foods industry.
Visit legacyfoodstorage.com to learn more about the role food storage plays in protecting your family against life's unexpected disasters.
For more information about enhancements to Legacy Premium's packaging, contact Preston Niederhauser at preston(at)ppsproductsales(dot)com