With the increase of the human population, the need for food on Earth has also increased. For this reason, it is estimated that 25-80% of the harvested fresh fruits and vegetables are thrown away as a result of spoilage.Coating fruits with edible coatings is an important method of extending the shelf life after harvest.
Modified Resin esters (Gum Rosin Esters); Fumaric Resins and Maleic Resins are added to the fruit coating formulation and mixed together with other components to form a coating material. The formulation forms a protective film when applied to fruits.
Modified Resin esters (Gum Rosin Esters) cover fruits and vegetables with a new natural or synthetic layer to prevent contact with microorganisms present in the environment, prevent them from rotting, extend their shelf life and extend their storage time by preventing a decrease in water activity value. In addition, coatings created with glossy materials make the appearance of fruits and vegetables more attractive and increase their commercial value.
If resins modified with fumaric acid and Maleic acid are used in fruit coating applications, these products must comply with local and national food regulations.
Our Modified Gum Rosin products, which are of great importance for the need for sustainable nutrients and are the most preferred in the sector, are as follows, including Maleic and Fumaric Resins:
RESIDENCE AF 150
RESIDENCE AF 155
RESIDENCE AF 160
RESIDENCE AM 150
RESIDHERE RF 130