Modified atmosphere bag

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US $0.09-0.23 / Piece | 50000 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
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Quick Details
Plastic, Modified PE
Plastic Type:
Bag Type:
Side Gusset Bag
Industrial Use:
Recyclable, Wait fresh, modified atmosphere bag
Surface Handling:
Flexo Printing
Sealing & Handle:
Custom Order:
Place of Origin:
Izmir, Turkey
Brand Name:
Elay Plastic Design Textile Ltd.
Model Number:
MAP bag
Carry and store the fruits and vegetables
52*58 | 57*72 | 62*80 (cm*cm)
Custom size:
Fixed design
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Depends to the size of the product.
Delivery Time
5000000 pieces per week. Expandable if necessary.


Product Description


Modified atmosphere bag

*  MAP bag for storage and carriage,

*  The best way to store the fruits | vegetables in the depot and on the way to market,

*  The fruits and vegetables stay fresh as in the first day for four months long,

*  Various sizes for single fruit |  5 | 10 | 20 kg. storage.


What our bags do is: "Putting in to sleep the fruits after the harvest".





Frequently Asked Questions

1. Could you please explain to me, how the precooling process has to be made?

Please find the detailed inscription at:

in the other hand; the pomologists know that process well.

2. Once the products stored inside the bag, it is essential refrigerate or not? Or the

bag preserves the products, even without using refrigeration.

Yes, essential.

The process is:

Put the bag in to the carrying box and open the top. below.

Fill the fruit or vegetable in.

Realise the pre-cooling (8~10°C)

Close the bag.

 If there is a mycosis risk, cool to 4~6°C again before closing the bag.

3. If fruits or vegetables are cooled inside your bag how long life spans? And, if after

this time product retains its organoleptic characteristics.

Pomegranate, kiwi, plum, apricot, lemon, orange, greyfruit, mandarin: 3~5


Vegetables (broccoli, cucumber,..etc): 3 months.

Grapes: 2~3 months.

Cherries: 25 days.

4. How is the correct way to close the bag?

The best way is twisting the end of the bag and closing with a packacing tire (rubber


Or can be knotted.

Be carefull to avoid to pierce or tear the bag.

5. When the bag must be closed, before or after cooling?

The bag must be closed after cooling.

First; you need to decrease the temperature of the core of the fruit or vegetable.

6. Everybody thinks that if you put vegetables or fruits in the refrigerator they do not

spoil, the reality is that maybe you delay the ripening process, but the fruit or

vegetable loses their natural characteristics. After I use your bags, no matter that

the product be refrigerated for months, their taste and flavor is equal of a fresh



The fruits loses their nature in refrigerator.

But this process is not the same with putting the fruits in to the refrigerator.

If you precool the –for example- lemon to 2°C first; and then close our bag, this is to

putting to sleep the fruit.

The bag provides its naturel living conditions as same as on its tree (4% O2, 12% CO2

and zero ethylene).

7. After the time of storage, what would be the best way to stop the sleeping

process of the fruit and return them safe to live again?

It wakes up after you take it out of the bag.

8. If i continue cooling the fruit, but not using your bags, what they do get as a result?,

and the average time of a fruit or vegetable on that conditions, what would it be?

After the precooling; if you do not use our bags, the fruit will not go to sleep and it

will begin to grow old.

In the other hand, it would begin to emit ethylene and not exhausted gas would

begin to produce bacteries in the box during the shipping.

9. Using the same conditions of precooling, why product shelf life have a dramatical

change, if you compare: storage against carriage?

As i said above; if you do not use our bags after the precooling, the fruit begins to

grow old at full tilt in the box or something because of the unfavorable O2 and CO2

volumes. And ethylene begins to produces bacteeries to eat the fruit very fast.

10. Based on your last answer, Why the difference between them?

Please remember: the goal is to keep the organoleptic characteristics of the fruit.

The way to provide that is to keep the cold-chain and decrease it gradual.

When you do not use our bags, that cold-chain be broken and fruit begins to die.

I advice you to make the bags tested by your potential clients.

They will see the difference easily.

11. The ideal place to store fruit and vegetables with your bags are: plastic baskets? or

also work well in boxes or wooden crates?

Yes, plastic crates, boxes and baskets are ideal but can be used in wooden crates and

others as well.

The important notice is to prevent to tear or to pierce the bag wherever used.

12. The Could you please explain how your atmospherica plastic works in order to

preserve vegetables and fruits and extend their shelf life?

The bags are products of a field work that took for 30 years.

To keep the organoleptic characteristics of fruits and vegetables:

1. You need to fix the O2: 4% and CO2: 12% in the box (or bag) during the storage

and carriage.

If you can not accomplish that, the fruit or vegetable looks more shiney but the

taste deteriorates.

Our bags fixes the O2 and CO2 percentages just the fruit was needed.

2. Fruits and vegetables emit ethylene gas during ripening.

If you do not exhaust that ethylene, the fruit or vegetable begins to produce

bacteria and ruins.

Our bags do it and exhausts whole ethylene out.

What our bags do is: "Putting in to sleep the fruits after the harvest".

After you get the fruit out from cooling, you need to keep the "cold chain" until it

reach to the user for the best result.

For example, you need to avoid to put the fruit under the sunlight after the cooling...




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