Penetration of packaging films: Film materials used for food packaging tested for resistance to some common stored-product insects
California Agriculture 8(6):3-4.
Published June 01, 1954
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A nontransparent laminated film containing aluminum foil proved relatively resistant to insect penetration– but not insect proof–in tests of film materials used for packaging dried fruits, nuts, candies, cereals, grains, meats, cheese, and other food products.