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'''Absorbent packing''' is material within a package which absorbs [[liquid]]s from product.  For example,  pad in meat trays is made from [[paper]] and has a [[plastic]] liner.
 
'''Absorbent packing''' is material within a package which absorbs [[liquid]]s from product.  For example,  pad in meat trays is made from [[paper]] and has a [[plastic]] liner.
  

Revision as of 15:11, 25 November 2008

  • It has been proposed that this page, Absorbent packing, be titled, "Absorbent packing".

Absorbent packing is material within a package which absorbs liquids from product. For example, pad in meat trays is made from paper and has a plastic liner.

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USDA Index