Gases the easy way – Messer provides solutions - Specialty Gases
Revised Customer process blanketing in the Food & Beverages sector - Coffee
Blanketing of coffee
Protecting the flavour
During inerting, air and the oxygen it contains is displaced by an inert gas. Inert gases are gases which are very unreactive, such as, for example, nitrogen and carbon dioxide, as well as all noble gases. Many oils and fats, as well as plant products, tend to exhibit losses in quality through auto-oxidation when coming into contact with oxygen. Storing these products under an inert gas protects from losses in quality, increases oxidation stability and improves ageing resistance.