Thanks to our high school knowledge, we know that food is at the peak of its freshness right after its harvesting. And as the time passes, the food begins to lose its nutrients. So, there is no rocket science that packed food loses most of its nutrition by the time it reaches the superstore shelf. To increase the shelf life of food, manufacturers use a process called MAF or Modified Atmosphere Packaging that reduces oxidation of food. As a result, nutrients like vitamin C and folates are compromised. The Risk of Contamination

Thanks to our high school knowledge, we know that food is at the peak of its freshness right after its harvesting. And as the time passes, the food begins to lose its nutrients. So, there is no rocket science that packed food loses most of its nutrition by the time it reaches the superstore shelf. To increase the shelf life of food, manufacturers use a process called MAF or Modified Atmosphere Packaging that reduces oxidation of food. As a result, nutrients like vitamin C and folates are compromised. The Risk of Contamination